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Equity Release and your Bill Busting options

2022-12-21T14:50:03+00:00December 21st, 2022|Lifetime (equity release)|

As we approach the winter months, it inevitably gets colder and we’re all looking for ways to keep warm. But putting the heating on or using our electric to keep toasty is coming with significantly higher bills and many are struggling to afford the huge increases so what other options are there? For the [...]

New Year, New Home? What it means to port your mortgage to a new property

2022-12-21T14:46:08+00:00December 21st, 2022|Mortgage|

Have you outgrown your home? Relocating to a different area? Perhaps you’re looking to downsize? No matter the reason, 2023 could be the year of the New Home for you and your family. Why would you port your mortgage? Most likely because you are tied into your current mortgage deal. This means if you [...]

Debt consolidation following Christmas Spending

2022-12-21T14:29:41+00:00December 21st, 2022|General tips|

Christmas this year will have undoubtedly been tougher on many, given the rises in costs we've experienced across the last 12 months. Budgets this year are significantly tighter for many households, and many will have turned to borrowing via credit cards, store credit and loans to afford a Christmas like those enjoyed previously.  But [...]

3 Key considerations when thinking about Private Medical Insurance

2022-07-26T13:17:03+00:00July 26th, 2022|Private medical insurance|

The NHS may be sufficient for your needs.  Even with private health insurance, you'll still use the NHS for services such as your GP or A&E. Equally, if you get a serious illness, you won't necessarily receive treatment more quickly by being covered by a health insurance policy than you would under the [...]

How to legally side step inheritance tax and save £££s

2022-07-26T13:10:57+00:00July 26th, 2022|Lasting Powers of Attorney & Estate Planning|

Inheritance tax can cost loved one’s hundreds of thousands when you die, yet it's possible to legally avoid huge swathes of it – or possibly pay none at all. The rules around inheritance tax can be hard to understand at first, but it's important to get your head around it. Here are a [...]