This Month's Top Articles
Archived 2010-10 news:
|Travel Insurance UK: Brits 'fail to realise' importance of travel insurance|
|31st October 2010|
|As many as 19 per cent of Brits head abroad without taking out travel insurance, with holidaymakers citing a range of reasons for this trend.|
Of those polled by Abta - the Travel Association, 17 per cent said that they do not believe travel insurance is important.
Furthermore, 16 p...
|Loans UK: Women on maternity leave 'turning to loans'|
|29th October 2010|
|Women taking time off work are struggling financially, with many opting for credit to help make ends meet.|
This is the conclusion of a recent survey carried out for Turn2us by Bounty Parenting Club, which found 53 per cent of mothers have built up debt throughout this period of their lives....
|Home Insurance UK: Cheap home insurance may not be sufficient|
|28th October 2010|
|People who opt for cheap home insurance may find it does not offer the level of cover they need, new research from Defaqto suggests.|
According to the group, an increasing number of companies are able to reduce the cost of cover because they provide some elements as optional extras.
|Car Insurance UK: 'Think ahead' to reduce motoring costs|
|27th October 2010|
|Aside from looking for the cheapest car insurance deals, there are other ways in which people can slash the cost of motoring.|
Nigel Underdown, head of transport advice at the Energy Saving Trust, said that simply being more aware of driving conditions can have a real impact.
|Car Insurance UK: Drivers told to be prepared for winter |
|23rd October 2010|
|Car insurance customers should take care to protect their vehicles from damage by bad weather, it has been suggested.|
Simple precautions could save motorists from unnecessary worry as well as financial loss, claimed consumer advice portal Confused.com.
Will Thomas, head of motor at...
|Mortgages: Increasing property prices affect mortgage applications|
|23rd October 2010|
|An increase in asking prices of houses is making it more difficult for first-time buyers to gain a foothold in the property market.|
Paul Holmes, chief executive officer of Firstrung, pointed out that people were also finding it increasingly impossible to afford the deposits for a successful...