Monthly Archives: November 2012

Road Traffic Injury Claims

Motorists who feel anxious about being involved in a road traffic accident have been given yet more cause for concern, as recent statistics show that injury claims for compensation increased significantly over the past 12 months. According to figures released from a report by the Actuarial Profession, despite a fall in actual accidents of 11% in 2011 compared to the ...

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Benefits of Re-mortgaging Your Home

Your mortgage is more than likely to be the biggest single expense in your household budget and one that has to be paid for anywhere up to 25 years, sometimes more. Why remortgage? With the pressure on household finances continuing it’s important to make sure that you’re getting the best possible deal on your mortgage. You could benefit from shaving ...

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Living Longer than Expected and the Presidential Election

It can be a good quandary. Someone buys life insurance in case something unforeseen happens, or the inevitable and their heirs are left with a valuable asset. In today’s trying economic times, and as people live longer than previously expected, a life settlement may become the best choice for someone to live an independent lifestyle in their golden years. Life ...

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Tips On Getting The Right Insurance for Your Business

Did you hear the one about the business owner whose premises went up in flames? Dang, he thought. Never mind. The business is insured. She’ll be right. He was insured- that much was true. He was not, unfortunately, insured against fire. His business? Paper products. Having insurance is one thing, having the right kind of insurance another entirely. In order ...

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Adjusting Your Budget for the End of the Year

With back-to-school season fast approaching and winter holidays just a few months away, it’s a perfect time to reevaluate your budget for the end of the year. The last half of the year can be expensive with increased costs for kids, tons of gifts to buy for the holidays and lots of family visits for big meals. All of these ...

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