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Insurance may not be the most interesting topic in the world, but if the worst happens you’ll be glad you took the time to protect yourself. Learn how to get the best policy for you - whether you're looking for 'how tos', the latest industry news or insights on how to pick policies - here.

How to

Seven ways to save hundreds on your car insurance          

These simple and totally legal hacks could leave you with a cheaper car insuranc...

How to earn £100s from your car

Whether you’re an infrequent car user or use it for most of your travel, you c...

How to get your home storm-ready

Storm Ophelia is the first of the seasonal storms to hit the UK. Severe weather ...

Top tips for protecting your prized possessions

If you could save just one item from your home in a fire, what would it be? A la...

How to challenge unfair car hire charges

Holidaymakers may be more used to surprises at the car hire rental desk, but you...

Common car hire traps: how to avoid surprise costs at the rental desk

Brits collectively fork out millions of pounds more than they were expecting on ...

Understanding

The seasonal home maintenance checks you should make

A homeowner's guide to maintaining your property all year round.

Is it worth buying gadget insurance?

Brits are increasingly glued to smartphones, tablets and electronic devices to g...

Government to clamp down on bogus holiday sickness epidemic

The government has announced it will close a loophole which has helped fuel the ...

Common driving mistakes which could invalidate your insurance

From driving barefoot, eating at the wheel or offering to park someone else’s ...

A practical guide to selling your car

It’s March and with the arrival of new car registrations, many people will be ...

The dos and don’ts of buying private medical insurance

Funding cuts, staff shortages and other public health service factors are drivin...

News

‘Death in service’ confusion can leave bereaved financially vulnerable

Misconceptions about ‘death in service’ benefits mean employees aren’t awa...

Windfall for Equitable Life policyholders as it plans closure

Equitable Life has announced a ‘new strategy’ as it plans to close in 2019, ...

‘Worrying’ lack of cover despite new package holiday regulations

Holidaymakers will be afforded greater protection when booking DIY trips but the...

Speeding convictions add £100 to car insurance cost

Getting caught speeding won't just land you with a fine and penalty points, it w...

Regulator drops investigation into poor-practice at Scottish Widows

The financial regulator will not take any enforcement action against Scottish Wi...

Uninsured parents face hefty bills if kids get sick on holiday

Nearly half of parents risk being hit with expensive medical bills if their kids...

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