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Moved Recently To a New House?

August 31st, 2018|Categories: Energy, Insurance|Tags: , , , , , , |

Moved Recently To a New House – You Must Know Who Your Energy Supplier Is In case you have recently moved into a new house, you will be required to know who is the supplier of the gas and electricity to your new house. One of the convenient ways to find out is to simply [...]

World’s Top Hotels That Are Owned by Celebrities

August 27th, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: , , |

These Are the World’s Top Hotels That Are Owned by Celebrities Hotels are becoming one of the essential accessories to own by an A-list Individual. Recently, Björn Ulvaeus of ABBA inaugurated his second hotel, which is a boutique property in Västervik, Sweden. Also, Lionel Messi lately revealed his newly owned hotel in Ibzia and as [...]

House prices still too high? 3,000 affordable homes soon to be built.

August 24th, 2018|Categories: Home Buying, Insurance|Tags: |

There has long been a common understanding, that homes are now becoming more unaffordable by the day. For many it seems as if long-term renting has seemed the more reasonable option, with young people truly believing that owning their own home is, unfortunately, an unobtainable goal. Well, change may be on its way! Legal and [...]

Soggy steaks and a mud-covered dress: How to avoid a disaster on your big day

August 22nd, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: |

Wedding insurance Picture this: You have spent nearly a year planning your big day. A year of excitement, stress, chaos, prying friends and hassled family members. You and your partner have laughed, squabbled, agreed and finally set a date. Then, a few days before you’re due to walk down the big aisle and commit your [...]

Time to insure bicycles? Don’t forget your helmets!

August 13th, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: , |

By now it is likely that you’ve already heard of e-bikes. Bicycles with a part-electric motor, to assist you up those steep hills, and to maintain higher speeds on regular routes than you could previously. A great concept and a very 21st century motivation to get people on their bikes. Then regulation begins to suck [...]

FCA Intervention on GAP Sales Didn’t Pan Out

August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: , , |

FCA Intervention on GAP Sales Didn’t Pan Out Remember the FCA intervention and how we thought it would affect GAP sales? Well, it didn’t really live up to the hype. Here’s a breakdown of what really happened. Before the intervention, it was estimated that add-on GAP sales at dealerships would go down by 32.5 percent. [...]

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