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Burglar alarms: you turn your back and the discounts have gone

Tighten home security if you need to, writes Julian Knight. Just don't assume your premiums will fall

Inside Insurance

Motoring overseas? Then get your cover up to speed

Sunday, 22 June 2008

Many drivers wrongly assume their policy provides comprehensive protection in Europe. Laura Harding shows how to get a continental upgrade

'Stop building on flood plains'

Sunday, 22 June 2008

Housebuilders and councils have been warned by one of the UK's biggest insurers to stop developing new homes on flood plains.

Halifax tempts households to switch with 'thank you' bonuses

Sunday, 15 June 2008

A new home insurance offer will reward customers with £50 when they switch to the policy and £50 every year they renew it.

Destination danger: the uninsured who travel in hope

Sunday, 8 June 2008

Many Brits will pay an arm and a leg if a trip goes bad – so don't scrimp on your policy, says Kate Hughes

FSA in compensation payments shake-up

Sunday, 8 June 2008

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has proposed that insurance firms should no longer be permitted to subtract compensation for mis-selling from the inherited estates of with-profit funds. This will apply to firms with shareholders, but not mutuals.

Wet summer or not, homeowners are urged to check for subsidence

Sunday, 8 June 2008

While the British summer may have got off to a damp start, that doesn't mean homes are at a reduced risk of subsidence.

We're running for cover as the economic clouds gather. But will we be safe or sorry?

Sunday, 18 May 2008

From income protection to mortgage payment cover, Esther Shaw looks at the benefits and pitfalls of policies that pledge to safeguard our finances

Drivers warned that catalytic converters are the new car radios

Sunday, 18 May 2008

Thieves are increasingly looking to steal catalytic converters from cars, according to

Claims rejected as a bike is stolen every minute

Sunday, 11 May 2008

A bicycle is stolen in the UK every 65 seconds, according to Halifax Home Insurance, at an average estimated cost to the victim of £337. But much of this crime goes unreported to the police as people believe it is unlikely to be investigated.

Banks face mass legal action over loan insurance policies

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

Consumers mis-sold loan protection insurance will be asked to join a class action case which could force compensation payouts worth more than £300m and a rash of other claims against high street banks.

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