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UK singles reimagining relationships & finances

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UK singles are changing the perceived value of friendships, relationships, and marriage. Singles are placing more importance on friendships, making marriage less of a priority, and want institutions and society to recognise it.

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Weather warnings: Avoid home insurance problems

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Homeowners should make sure their properties are well maintained to avoid home insurance claims being turned down.

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Is finding the cheapest flight a false economy?

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Travellers should be wary of using different domestic and even European airports in search of cheaper fares, as often the savings made are nominal or non-existent.  Read More…

Section 75: Free protection for credit card spending

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With many retailers and holiday firms finding it tough in the current uncertain economic climate, consumers are increasingly relying on legislation known as Section 75 to ensure they don’t end up out of pocket.  Read More…

Car insurance buyers' guide: No claims bonus explained

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We explain what a No Claims Bonus is, what affects it, and how it affects car insurance premiums.

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Your guide to reclaiming PPI

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If you took out a loan, credit card or store card at the peak of PPI mis-selling you may be eligible to reclaim your premiums. Here's how to get started.

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Reclaiming PPI: Template letter

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If you took out a loan, credit card or store card at the peak of PPI mis-selling you may be eligible to reclaim your premiums. Get started with our template letter.  Read More…

New ATOL rules offer greater holiday protection

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Holidaymakers are set to benefit from greater protection when putting together their own travel package under changes to the Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing (Atol) scheme.  Read More…

Plans to simplify energy tariffs

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Last year the energy regulator slammed the industry for having hundreds of different tariffs, making it hard for consumers to shop around for the best deal. So what are the big six UK energy firms doing to simplify tariffs?  Read More…

British Gas pulls out of Which? Big Switch energy campaign

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British Gas pulls out of consumer association Which's Big Switch campaign - in which energy users band together and use their collective bargaining power to get cheaper gas and electricity deals.  Read More…

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