The government wants energy suppliers to install smart meters in every home in England, Wales and Scotland. There are more than 26 million homes for the energy suppliers to get to, with the goal of every home having a smart meter by 2020. The new smart meters mean you won’t have to let your supplier […]
Think for a moment about your circle of friends. If you are middle-aged like me (not sure how or when that happened?!), you’ll likely know at least someone who is divorced or has split from a long term partner, and has had to negotiate the disentanglement of their finances. You’ll also probably know someone who […]
Should you write life insurance in to trust? Ensuring your family’s financial future is something important to plan for. Arranging your life insurance in the best possible way to maximise the benefits for those you leave behind is a vital consideration. I briefly mentioned writing a life insurance policy in to trust in my post […]
I had a bit of a health scare earlier in the year. The first time I dropped down unconscious in the middle of the night in the bathroom and then again in the morning, after a day of tests in hospital they couldn’t find anything wrong with me. I was cleared of having had a […]
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