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October 14, 2015
It can be a huge blow when household disaster strikes but knowing you are properly insured can help soften the impact on your wallet at least.
Therefore making sure you have sufficient buildings and contents protection if the worst happens should be a top priority.
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Savers can more than double their interest by going for new banks rather than sticking to the big traditional ones.
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For most people, the main aim of investing is to attain a relatively high standard of living in retirement. While it is a very realistic goal to have, not all investors are able to achieve it.
A Government scheme that offers millions the chance to buy up to £1,300 a year extra state pension has launched.
It is open to men born before April 6, 1951, and women before April 6, 1953, who live in the UK and already receive a state pension or are entitled to one.
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