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The Cancer Research UK website states that 1 in 2 people in the UK born after 1960 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer during their lifetime. Their site also has some good news and that is 50% of people survive cancer for 10 or more years. However, during those years how would you survive financially?
Providing for loved ones is always a major concern in family life and life insurance will help to protect them in the very worst case scenario.
Research from Santander shows that if a borrower took out a £200,000 mortgage over 25 years, and paid back an extra £10 per month they could save £1,146 in interest* and become mortgage-free four months earlier. If the borrower overpaid £100 each month on the same mortgage amount and term a saving of £9,948 in interest could be saved and the borrower could be mortgage free three years sooner!
No-one wants to get a phone call saying that a key person in their business is seriously ill, or even worse, has died.
What is really, really important to you? What’s non-negotiable?
For most people their home is their greatest asset so when it comes to finding cash to improve your home or pay off debts, choosing to remortgage to release equity could be the solution.
Well here we are, almost at the start of the next financial year. That’s 6th April if you are not sure. But there is a lot more going on than usual, with Brexit to name just one, so what does this mean for investors?
A mortgage is usually a household’s main expense and ensuring you get quoted the cheapest remortgage rates when your current deal comes to an end could really make a difference to your finances.
We hope it never happens, that you or one of your children get diagnosed with a critical illness. By that we mean things like cancer, multiple sclerosis, stroke and coronary heart disease. Unfortunately, though, such things do happen and the financial impact on the whole family can be devastating.
Life admin tasks are things like paying bills, checking the bank statement and looking after our savings. A recent survey by the Association of Accounting Technicians* found that each adult completes 109 of these tasks every year, and that the average adult has four really important tasks that they need to do but never have enough time to do them!
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