April 26th 2019
The burden for many renters is the seemingly fruitless referencing fee they must pay before paying the deposit and first month’s rent. From June, these lettings fees will be scrapped, so what does it mean for tenants and for the letting agents who relied on them?
April 18th 2019
When the 856-year-old architectural icon went ablaze, the devastation of the public was apparent worldwide. Unlike your own home, it’s not just a case of calling your insurance company when the flames die down. So, is Notre-Dame insured and how will it cover the restoration?
April 10th 2019
In the past year, the average cost of a data breach has sharply risen. Can your business really afford to be unprepared?
April 8th 2019
If things are going well at your charity and you're considering expansion, it's important to consider the future challenges you're likely to face.
April 6th 2019
4.8 million self-employed workers overshoot their pension plan, meaning they may not be able to retire until 79 according to a new report. We look at what you can do to plan better.
April 5th 2019
Despite greater awareness of weather damage, theft and accidental damage, around £266bn worth of household contents are at risk and not insured. We look at the stats and what you can do.
April 3rd 2019
From 2022, an EU ruling has determined that all new cars sold will be fitted with speed-limiting technology.
March 15th 2019
No, it’s not the Men in Black. The Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) is a crucial element of your car insurance. Here’s why.
March 10th 2019
There are certain repairs in your home that you should never put off, or the problem could get much worse. Stop household damage in its tracks early to prevent a small issue from escalating.
March 8th 2019
Whether you’re raising money for charity or for church maintenance, thinking of innovative fundraising activities and events can be tricky.