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What is the best home emergency cover in 2022?

What is the best home emergency cover in 2021?

What is the best home emergency cover in 2021?

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What is life insurance and how does it work?

Life insurance is a product designed to protect your loved ones’ finances should you pass away (or be diagnosed with a terminal illness) during the term of the policy. We explain how life insurance works and if its worth taking out.

Life insurance is a product designed to protect your loved ones’ finances should you pass away during the term of the policy.

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Can you save money by switching energy supplier?

Switching to a new electricity or gas supplier is easy to do and can save you money on your energy bills, according to research conducted by Ofgem the regulator of energy companies in the UK). It is also quick to change your energy provider, with the average switching time between 16 and 18 days.

Switching energy supplier has never been easier

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How to get the best mobile phone deal

Confused about mobile phones and the deals currently out there? Our simple guide gives you the basics about mobile phones, smartphones and what you need to know to get the best deal for you.

Our simple guide gives you the basics about mobile phones, smartphones

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Is gap insurance worth it?

Find out how gap insurance works and when it is worth paying for.

Find out how gap insurance works and when it is worth paying for.

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A beginner's guide to broadband

Broadband is used to describe any fast internet connection that is permanently on, often broadband packages include streaming TV, free landline calls and sometimes mobile phone offers. Our guide sets out the basics of what to look out for when choosing a broadband provider.

Broadband is used to describe any fast internet connection that is permanently on, often broadband packages include streaming TV, free landline calls and someti

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Things your bank will never ask you to do

These are the things your bank will never ask you for or to do.

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7 ways to stay safe when using ATMs

7 ways to stay safe when using ATMs. Avoid the common mistakes with our guide.

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Reviewed: Sainsbury's Pet Insurance

Sainsbury’s Bank offers three different types of pet insurance, the majority of which have been awarded a Moneyfacts Five-Star Rating thanks to their comprehensive levels of protection. We take a closer look at Sainsbury’s Bank pet insurance and see why you may like to consider it for your pet.

Here we take a closer look at Sainsbury’s Bank pet insurance and see why you may like to consider it for your four-legged friends.

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Reviewed: Barclays Mortgages

If you’re seeking the best mortgage deal, chances are you’ve heard of Barclays Bank. Here’s the lowdown on Barclays mortgages to help you decide if this is the lender for you.

If you’re seeking the best mortgage deal, chances are you’ve heard of Barclays Bank. Here’s the lowdown on Barclays mortgages.

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Reviewed: Nationwide Travel Insurance

Nationwide offers travel insurance through its FlexPlus current account, a packaged account that has a fee of £13 per month and includes worldwide travel insurance as just one of its perks.

Nationwide offers travel insurance through its FlexPlus current account, which has a fee of £13 p/m and includes worldwide travel insurance as one of its perks

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How to get your money back after an online scam

If you’ve fallen victim to an online scam, your thoughts will likely be turning to how to get your money back, and the answer will often depend on how you were conned out of it. So, here’s how to get your money back after an online scam if you…

Here’s how to get your money back after an online scam.

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10 ways to keep your money safe from online scams

Worried about being targeted by a scam? Here are 10 ways to keep your money safe from online scammers.

Worried about being targeted by a scam? Here are 10 ways to keep your money safe from online scammers.

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What should you do if you are scammed?

If you’ve fallen victim to a scam, you need to act quickly to ensure things don’t get any worse. If you were targeted online you should change your passwords as soon as possible – particularly those for your bank and other financial accounts – and you’ll need to inform the relevant authorities.

If you’ve fallen victim to a scam, you need to act quickly to ensure things don’t get any worse.

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How to protect yourself from scams

It’s never been more important to be on your guard when it comes to potential scams. Fraudsters are getting ever-more sophisticated in their methods and it can be increasingly difficult to spot when you’re being targeted, so here we look at how to protect yourself from scams to keep your money safe.

Here we look at how to protect yourself from scams to keep your money safe.

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Should I get a credit card?

Credit cards can be a great way to manage your finances, and if used wisely they can be a valuable addition to your credit mix. They may even help to improve your credit score, though as with any form of credit, they won’t be right for everyone. So, should you get a credit card? Let’s find out.

Credit cards can be a great way to manage your finances, and if used wisely they can be a valuable addition to your credit mix.

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