I’m worried about my mortgage repayments. What should I do if they rise? Q My mortgage repayment is rising all the time, it is beginning to cause me stress. When I asked my lender, I was informed I cannot fix the rate. I’m worried repayments will rise to a level I can’t afford. What happens
Can you explain all about multi-claim protection cover? Q My friend recently had a heart attack, he did not have health insurance and is now struggling with both his health and finances. This has prompted me to start researching insurance cover, such as Income Protection, Cancer Cover and Specified Illness Cover. The cover that sounded
Income protection – why you should consider taking it out Q I am lucky to have a good job and get paid reasonably well, but I don’t get paid when I’m off sick. I constantly worry about being unable to pay my rent if I’m out of work for a prolonged period due to
Just contact us and we’ll gather the information required to see how much you can save. We’ll then find the best rates and value for money and send you a free no obligation report. Nobody wants to pay more for anything than they need to. Whether you are a first-time buyer are on a variable
*****LIFE INSURANCE IN SIMPLE TERMS*** By Philip Cullen Do you need life insurance? The answer to this question depends, ironically, on whether anyone depends on you. For example, if you have children, then yes, you probably do need life insurance – because they depend on you financially. This is the case even if you don’t
Who is going to fill their shoes? Have you considered the impact the death of a key employee or business partner would have on your business? Business owners and their families throughout Ireland are facing this issue everyday. Some, however, are much better prepared than others. As a business owner, you protect your property, your
Have you considered the impact your death, the death of a key employee or business partner would have on your business?
Business owners and their families throughout Ireland are facing this issue every day. Some, however, are much better prepared than others.
As a business owner, you protect your property, your vehicles and equipment. But have you considered what would happen to your business if you died prematurely and the financial impact that it could have on your family? Would your family stay in the business or would they sell the business?
You may also need to consider the impact on your business of the death of a key employee or business partner. Would you have the funds available to buy your co-owner’s share of the business from their family? Would the business be able to sustain the financial loss on the death of a key employee?
Get the most from your money with a financial plan.
If you haven’t given any thought to planning out your financial future then you should do it now. A plan can help you get the most from your money and help you achieve your goals in life. If you don’t draw up a plan, you’re more likely to end up in a financial mess. Drawing up a plan sounds tough, but it’s easier than you might expect
Here are five financial perils that could inflict serious damage if you don’t have a plan.
Please take a minute to read our 3 top tips for mortgage protection policies.
1. Most mortgage protection policies are assigned to banks to cover loans from borrowers, but what most people don’t realise is that you don’t have to use the same company that provides the mortgage and you can change the provider at any time, if you can find a better price. There has never been a better time to review your cover. For example one provider is offering to match the lowest price on the market and then give an additional 10% discount for the full term of the policy. Terms and conditions apply.
2. If there are two people on the mortgage, the mortgage protection is normally sold on a joint life first death, decreasing term
With the lifetime community rating (LCR), now in place, it is thought that between 75,000 and 100,000 people signed up ahead of last Thursday night’s deadline*. It’s reported there was an even split between people buying quality health cover and those buying a cheap, entry-level plan.
It’s worth bearing in mind that not having private health insurance does not mean that you can’t get access to top quality healthcare if you want. If you’re willing to bear the full costs of treatment, then you can have all the top quality healthcare you want, when you want. It’s just that many people could never afford it.