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Owning a classic car is a passion. It’s not as simple as commuting to and from work in something that has reasonable mileage – it’s a full blown, love affair.
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Life with a campervan or caravan has the freedom to make every day a new adventure, but while it may seem like you have left society and its restrictions behind, there’s still that need to keep your vehicle legal and insured.
Being a new driver doesn’t always mean being a young driver, but it does mean setting up a new car insurance policy.
Whether you live in one you own, or you are letting it out to tenants, it is imperative that you have home buildings insurance.
The thing most likely to lower your home contents insurance premiums is lowering the risk for the insurance company – one thing that helps is home security.
Whether you are a home owner with a six bedroom country property, or a young tenant taking the first steps to independence - you need home contents insurance.
Running a business is no small undertaking and comes with a myriad of things that you have to think about, from office supplies to VAT returns.
Looking after your staff should be one of the main priorities of any employer - Employers' Liability Insurance is here to help do exactly that.
Professional Indemnity Insurance is there to protect your business if the advice or service you give results in a compensation claim from an unhappy client...
There’re actually a surprising number of situations travel insurance covers: medical cover, holiday cancellations and belongings.
No doubt, the biggest factor when it comes to travel insurance is medical cover.
Life insurance comes in four main varieties - our helpful and friendly guide will help!
Critical illness cover (CIC) – insurance designed to pay out should a specified condition make you too ill or injured to work.
Whole of life and over 50s life insurance are here to make sure you don't leave your family struggling to pay for funeral costs.
Chairman John McFarlane called Britons “fraudsters” who were falsely claiming to fund a “flat-screen television”.