Most people hope to never need to make an insurance claim. They typically mark the event of something going wrong; from your car needing to be repaired following an accident or your case going missing whilst on holiday. It is rarely good news.
Insurance is for most, one of those costs that goes out the bank each month, or year, and you wonder why you are paying it. Particularly as these days we need insurance for everything, so over the year it can add up to a substantial amount.
Whilst the worst of the winter weather is over, and April so far has produced some very mild weather, it is known to be a rainy month, so it’s important to protect your home against the risk of flooding.
Subsidence can be a very serious issue for property owners and one you will want to ensure you are protected from, by both minimising risks and ensuring the correct protection is part of your buildings insurance. There are some tell-tale signs that your property could be affected by subsidence, which are worth knowing. Also, depending…
Chancellor, Phillip Hammond announced in the Autumn Statement 2016 there would be a rise in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) to 12%, to commence in June this year.