Monthly Archive

March 2011

Guide to Banking – The Basics

In today’s society you can do almost everything online. With the phasing out of cheques in the UK by 2018 and extensive services offered by every bank, understanding which payment method to use can sometimes be quite confusing. This article provides an explanation of what the most common payment methods that banks provide actually are. ... Read More »

March 30, 2011 ·



5 Things You Should Know If You Receive A CCJ Claim Form

A county court judgement or CCJ is awarded as part of a county court process, after a creditor feels they have exhausted all other ways of receiving payment from you.  A CCJ is an extremely serious matter and you should avoid it if you can by communication with the company you owe money to at ... Read More »

March 25, 2011 ·



Enjoy Your Trip – The Personal Injury Claim

Personal Injury claims are generally conducted between a third party solicitor or personal injury lawyer together with an insurance company whom represent the party at fault. A more robust definition of a personal injury would be; ‘The wrongful injury resulting in pain and suffering to the victim’. The injury claim case will begin whenever an ... Read More »

March 24, 2011 ·

Money Saving

Personal Injury

The 2011 Budget – Important Points

Here are what I consider to be the key points from the 2011 budget. Fuel Fuel duty has been cut by 1p (wow, but it’s better than a kick in the teeth I guess!). We were also due to have an inflation rise in fuel duty but this now been delayed until 2012. Also air ... Read More »

March 24, 2011 ·

Money Saving

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Landlord Insurance – What you need to know

Landlord insurance is a specialised insurance for landlords in the housing sector. It covers landlord’s for periods where they are prevented from using their property to earn an income, such as legal disputes or property damage. There are two types of settlement methods offered by insurance providers and you should think carefully before deciding on ... Read More »

March 10, 2011 ·