November 2015 Newsletter
Our mortgage and finance November newsletters are now available, you can read both by simply clicking on the images below.
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In the mortgage newsletter for November we take a look at what may happen to mortgages when interest rates rise and when can we expect them to increase.
Is your home ready for the bad winter weather we’re used to experiencing every year? We discuss which areas of your home may take the greatest toll from the weather and require expensive repairs, planning ahead could save you hundreds of pounds.
Should you become ill or worse and weren’t able to work, would your family still be financially secure? We explain the risks people take by not having a life insurance policy.
As first time buyers struggle to get on the property ladder, find out more about the new government scheme called ‘Help to Buy Individual Savings Account’.
There have been a lot of changes to pensions over the last 2 years, we look at what has changed and how it may affect your retirement plans?
What are ‘alternative investments’ and what risks are people taking by putting their hard earned money into one of these schemes?
What are the different methods people can use to save for their child’s school and university fees? We look at how much it could cost per child and ways people can save early to help manage the expense.
If the main breadwinner in a household becomes ill or worse, the financial impact can be severe on their family. We explain how people can protect themselves and their family with life cover.