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How to make a life insurance claim in the event of a death

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Dealing with a death is immensely stressful, and it doesn’t help that it tends to come with a large amount of administration.

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Home insurance costs up 11% in 2011

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The typical cost of home insurance rose by as much as 11% over the course of 2011 and more price rises are expected in 2012, according to research from the AA.

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Double digit increase in cost of home insurance

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Homeowners face rises in household insurance premiums of more than double the rate of inflation, a new report has warned.

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Ghost brokering: Could your car insurance policy be fake?

Don’t get caught out by a fake car insurance policy

Don’t get caught out by a fake insurance policy. We investigate a new fraud phenomenon known as ghost brokering and explain how to avoid becoming a victim.

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Why it pays to buy travel insurance early

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Leaving your travel insurance purchase until the last minute could actually end up costing you more. We explain why.

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Why you should always read the label on your tyres

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New EU legislation means that from November 2011 tyres will be labelled for energy efficiency, wet grip and noise. Here’s what to look out for to make sure you’re getting the best for your motor.

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Five fast ways to get replacement car keys

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With the rising cost of living and ever higher fuel prices, car insurance premiums can be seen as an unwelcome financial burden for motorists.

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What happens if I don't get car insurance?

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With the rising cost of living and ever higher fuel prices, car insurance premiums can be seen as an unwelcome financial burden for motorists.

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Saab administration: What are your rights?

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The future of Swedish carmaker Saab looks pretty bleak, despite recent talk that parts of the bankrupt firm could yet be sold off. What are your rights if you own a Saab?

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FSA recommends changes to bank lending

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The Financial Services Authority (FSA) this week published its long-awaited Mortgage Market Review, which sets out how it thinks banks and building societies should change their approach to approving borrowers.

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