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What is the best home insurance in 2022?

The Moneyfacts annual home insurance ratings are out now. Find out which home insurance providers got 5 stars.

The Moneyfacts annual home insurance ratings are out now. Find out which home insurance providers got 5 stars.

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What is the best pet insurance in 2022?

The Moneyfacts Annual pet insurance Ratings are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

The Moneyfacts Annual pet insurance Ratings are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

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What is the best home emergency cover in 2022?

The Moneyfacts Annual Star Ratings for home emergency cover are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

The Moneyfacts Annual Star Ratings for home emergency cover are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve five-stars.

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What is the best car insurance in 2022?

The Moneyfacts annual car insurance ratings are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

The Moneyfacts annual car insurance ratings are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

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What are the best ethical funds in 2022?

The Moneyfacts annual star ratings for ethical funds are out now. Find out which ethical funds got the top rating of five stars.

The Moneyfacts annual star ratings for ethical funds are out now. Find out which ethical funds got the top rating of five stars.

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What are the best SIPP and SSAS in 2022?

The Moneyfacts Annual Star Ratings for SIPP and SASS are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

The Moneyfacts Annual Star Ratings for SIPP and SASS are out now. We've reviewed hundreds of products to find those that deserve the top marks of five-stars.

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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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Is it worth paying for a holiday on a credit card?

In some circumstances using your credit card to pay for a holiday may mean that you are protected if your travel firm collapses and takes your money with it.

In some circumstances using your credit card to pay for a holiday may mean that you are protected if your travel firm collapses and takes your money with it.

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Cryptocurrencies explained– and what does the future hold?

In 2021 approximately 2.3 million Brits held some form of cryptocurrency, up 400,000 holders when compared to the previous year according to the FCA. So what are cryptocurrencies, and given they are prone to crashes in value, what does the future hold for this form of investment?

What are cryptocurrencies, and given they are prone to crashes in value, what does the future hold for this form of investment?

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Quantitative easing explained - and how to respond to changes

During times of consistent low economic growth, sometimes moving the Bank of England’s (BoE) base rate is not enough to elicit a positive response in the economy. This has led some central banks to adopt an alternative monetary policy called “quantitative easing”.

During times of consistent low economic growth, sometimes moving the Bank of England’s base rate is not enough to elicit a positive response in the economy.

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What is stagflation and how does it affect you?

In 1965, Conservative politician Iain Macleod coined a term which would still be used decades later. Since then, whenever the term stagflation is used it creates a sense of fear among economists. Below we have explained what this is and how it affects you.

Whenever the term stagflation is used it creates a sense of fear among economists. Below we have explained what this is and how it affects you.

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Do insurance quotes from comparison sites affect my credit score

Thinking of getting a new car insurance quote? You may be wondering how it impacts your credit score. This guide will tell you everything you need to know.

Thinking of getting a new car insurance quote? You may be wondering how it impacts your credit score. This guide will tell you everything you need to know.

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What are the best business credit cards in 2022?

Find the best business credit cards with Moneyfacts five-star ratings. Compare the top rated products and help find the best business credit card for your business.

Find the best business credit cards with Moneyfacts five-star ratings. Compare the top rated products and help find the best business credit card for you.

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What is the best Business Current Account in 2022?

The Moneyfacts Annual Star Ratings for business current accounts are out now. Find out which have achieved the best ratings of four or five stars.

The Moneyfacts Annual Star Ratings for business current accounts are out now. Find out which have achieved the best ratings of four or five stars.

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Everything you need to know about Open Banking

Open Banking is a practice that allows you to securely share your financial data with authorised third-party providers, such as budgeting apps or other banks, through APIs. Depending on the app or service, you can also give them permission to make payments directly from your account.

Open Banking is a practice that allows you to securely share your financial data with authorised third-party providers such as apps or other banks, through APIs

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What is an ETF?

It is always important to diversify your portfolio to minimise your exposure to risk. This is why many investors prefer investing in an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). Below we explain what this investment vehicle does and how you can use it to benefit your portfolio.

It is always important to diversify your portfolio to minimise your exposure to risk. This is why many investors prefer investing in an Exchange Traded Fund.

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