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Don’t Let Your Family Drown In Debt If You Die
Brits now have more money in their pockets and Life Insurance companies are steaming mad. That’s because we consumers now have more of a say over what we pay for life insurance.
If you have a family, life insurance is a must. Most people don’t have savings large enough for their family to pay off their mortgage, cover childcare costs and ensure their children get a good education, nevermind ensuring your loved ones don’t inherit your debts.
Life insurance companies know all of this and the bigger the policy, the more they profit. So they’ve been charging high rates for years - but thanks to the internet, that’s starting to change.

UK Residents Surprised by Low Monthly Payments
Have you spoken to a dozen life insurance companies and gotten detailed quotes for your specific situation and then analysed these quotes to find the best policy for you? Of course not. Almost no one has the time or patience for this - even if it would save them thousands of pounds.
Rates for well informed consumers are lower than you think and hundreds of thousands of people in the UK are now leveraging this new tactic that makes Life Insurance companies actually compete for your policy; and they're realising thousands of pounds
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Don’t Let Your Family Drown In Debt If You Die
Brits now have more money in their pockets and Life Insurance companies are steaming mad. That’s because we consumers now have more of a say over what we pay for life insurance.
If you have a family, life insurance is a must. Most people don’t have savings large enough for their family to pay off their mortgage, cover childcare costs and ensure their children get a good education, nevermind ensuring your loved ones don’t inherit your debts.
Life insurance companies know all of this and the bigger the policy, the more they profit. So they’ve been charging high rates for years - but thanks to the internet, that’s starting to change.

UK Residents Surprised by Low Monthly Payments
Have you spoken to a dozen life insurance companies and gotten detailed quotes for your specific situation and then analysed these quotes to find the best policy for you? Of course not. Almost no one has the time or patience for this - even if it would save them thousands of pounds.
Rates for well informed Advisers are lower than you think and hundreds of thousands of people in the UK are now leveraging this new tactic that makes Life Insurance companies actually compete for your policy; and they're realising thousands of pounds

I can do all this for you with no Fee this is a free service I provide to all my Clients
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UK mortgage approvals rise in April to highest since early 2017 - UK Finance
British banks last month approved the greatest number of mortgages since February 2017, adding to signs that the housing market may be over the worst of its pre-Brexit slowdown, a survey showed on Tuesday.
Banks approved 42,989 mortgages in April, up from 40,564 in March and 11.5% higher than a year ago, marking the biggest annual increase since March 2016, according to seasonally-adjusted figures from industry body UK Finance.
Net mortgage lending rose by 1.795 billion pounds last month, a smaller increase than March's 2.440 billion pound rise which was the largest in 15 months.
Britain's housing market slowed sharply in the run-up to the original March Brexit deadline but consumer spending has remained solid, driving economic growth just as businesses have cut investment spending due to Brexit uncertainty.
If you need advice in these tricky times Please contact me to book a fee initial consultation
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