One of the primary reasons people choose private health care is to speed up the treatment process; so I was interested to read a recent article on the BBC news website about NHS targets
It was with mixed emotions that I read the Mail on Sundayrsquo;s report on the illegal tactics one prepaid funeral plan provider is reported to have been using to so say lsquo;bullyrsquo; customers into buying their prepaid funeral plans.
With so many uses it#39;s not surprising to hear that the number of people of releasing equity from their own has risen again to a whopping pound;824m being released in 3 months, between July and September 2017 which is a 44% increase on the previous year.
Having read an article recently lsquo;Prepaid Funeral plans; what you need to know before you buyrsquo; I felt compelled to put pen to paper (or whatever the equivalent is these days in our new super high tech world) and clarify a few point; in particular the best way to compare funeral plans.
Given the rising cost of funerals and the low interest rates on savings, there is little wonder that funeral plans, allowing you to save money by fixing funeral costs at todayrsquo;s prices are a good idea; but what about monthly instalment funeral plans?nbsp;
Another year has slipped by which heralds the publication of the SunLife Cost of Dying Report 2017 ndash; not a publication you would immediately subscribe to but interesting reading all the same
These days you can find a wealth of information on funerals; be it a funeral guide that may prove helpful when making funeral arrangements either in advance or at time of need.nbsp;
UK Energy the trade association for the energy industry has reported that over three million people have now switched energy supplier, that#39;s up 14% on last year.
Have you ever wondered what you would spend the cash on if you took an equity release loan to release money from your home?nbsp;Did you know that if you are aged 55 and over you could release around half of your property#39;s value in a tax tree lump sum?
Since the pension rules changed in April 2015 the way people access their pension pots unsurprisingly has changed, but what about your pension pot?
Itrsquo;s not just all about the money when choosing the best health quotes. I agree cost is important but choosing a cheap healthcare insurance plan may be a bad move when you discover the condition you are claiming for isnrsquo;t covered
In a word ndash; NO ndash; there is no such thing as Asda Funeral Plans; or for that matter there is also no such thing as Tesco Funeral Plans, Sainsburys Funeral Plans, Waitrose Funeral Plans or Morrisons Funeral Plans.nbsp;
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