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Every year, an increasing number of people buy guaranteed over 50 life insurance as a way of leaving a cash lump sum to their family when they die, either to help with funeral costs, pay off outstanding debts or simply to leave as a gift.Read this guide
A mortgage is a loan that is secured against the home you buy. The mortgage market has taken a hit in recent years but there are still competitive products available and you need to think very carefully about what product suits your situation now and in the near future.Read this guide
Cashback credit cards offer money back for every pound spent on them and can be a great little bonus for people with a good credit score...Read this guide
A common misconception is that only “old people” should be worried about saving for retirement. In reality, retirement isn’t something that you should only start thinking...Read this guide
Any debt is problematic if you cannot afford to repay the amount you owe. It does not matter whether the amount is £5,000 or £50,000 as...Read this guide
More households than ever in the UK are currently in a state of what is known as ‘fuel poverty’. The problem is, that although money can be saved through cutting down on luxuries and making more discerning purchasing...Read this guide