Archive for February, 2009

Pets Denied Treatment Because of Rising Costs

Friday, February 13th, 2009

The latest research by Sainsbury Finance shows that most cats and dogs are being refused medical treatment simply because treatment has become expensive and owners can’t meet the growing expense. Some sad but true facts highlighted by Sainsbury Finance are: (more…)

Home Insurance in Times of Flood

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

With second consecutive week of unfavourable weather conditions, most parts of Britain remains threatened by flood and heavy snow. The Met Office has predicted gloomy days ahead for Londoners and people especially living in the south east and south west of England. Money supermarket therefore asks Brits to remain alert in such circumstances. (more…)

Insurance Help in Snow

Friday, February 6th, 2009

Britain’s communication system is badly hit due to heavy snowfall over the last few days. Flights have been cancelled, trains disrupted and roads blocked because of heavy snow. There have been reports of heavy damage to house and property due to bad weather. The Association of British Insurers has issued advice for travel, motor and household insurance. (more…)

How to Save on Travel Insurance

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

If you are travelling this season, then take some time to shop online or visit some insurer personally for travel insurance and enjoy the benefit of some super saving on insurance premium. A latest survey done by Which Money, half of the people take an annual Travel Insurance policy while 28 per cent buy single-trip policy. (more…)

Going Green Might Prove Costly

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Going green might not be a very good idea for drivers. Owners who want eco-friendly insurance might see their premiums rising by almost 150 per cent. A price comparison website has found that if you are looking for an insurance cover that will offset carbon emissions you may well have to add an extra £450 to the existing cost. So if you are driving Toyota Prius, an eco friendly vehicle you might see yourself paying £319 as motor insurance with Swiftcover. (more…)