You know those films in which the muggers attack a defenceless old man, only to discover he’s a kung fu master? A similar sort of shock awaited the poor insurance scammer who cold-called insurance compliance specialist Kathryn Knowles of Cura Special Risks Bureau. Kathryn explains what happened next…
What are the odds of your insurance company actually paying out on your claim? Two-to-one against? Better than that, or worse? A recent survey by Drewberry Insurance reveals that most people’s estimates are way, way off. So what’s the truth? Over the years, most of us have read stories along the lines of ‘Left Stranded
One of the reasons why you might save up is to safeguard your family against misfortune. But a rainy-day fund can only do so much. For a truly adequate level of protection, life insurance is often a better solution – and it’s more versatile than you might think. On the financial planning Scale of Excitement
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You may wish you had more time off work to enjoy the sunny weather but be careful what you wish for, says Scott Gallacher.
It’s a funny thing, insurance. Some, like car insurance, we buy with no real resistance. We may shop around on comparison sites and yes, third party insurance is compulsory, but most of us wouldn’t dream of not having “fully comp”. Especially if the car is relatively new. Most interestingly, it’s taken as read that there’s
A thoughtful, regularly reviewed financial plan is essential to the achievement of the financial goals you hold dear. Goals like achieving financial independence by a particular date for you and your family, providing a fund to help your children through higher education and maximising the amount you leave to your family through reducing inheritance tax. In
In these current times of austerity who wants or needs to pay out yet another monthly premium especially on something like insurance we will never spend! Life cover pays a lump sum upon death or diagnosis of a terminal illness. It can be taken out for a fixed term or the whole of your life and can