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As two of the common cancers affecting men and women – Prostate and Ovarian cancer - are the focus of March awareness campaigns, AIG outlines how its unique Cancer Cover insurance policies provide vital financial and emotional help when it is needed most.  
Chartis Direct has launched a new Heart Attack and Stroke insurance policy, which gives cash payouts on diagnosis of either a heart attack or stroke.  There is a choice of cover level, giving £15,000, £25,000 or £50,000 on diagnosis.
A new survey has revealed that £454.60 is the average amount of money that people would lend to a friend suffering from a long term illness such as cancer. This equates to just less than a week’s extra pay, based on average gross weekly earnings of £458*.
A leading debt management company is reporting a rise in the numbers of its customers who cite loss of sleep as a direct result of debt anxiety as a major catalyst for contacting the company for help.
Annual average household expenditure is estimated to be £35,978. The corresponding figure for a household where the main occupant is 65 – 74 is £23,711 and £15,139 where they are aged 75 and over
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Prostate cancer and ovarian cancer awareness month – How AIG Cancer Cover could help

As two of the common cancers affecting men and women – Prostate and Ovarian cancer - are the focus of March awareness campaigns, AIG outlines how its unique Cancer Cover insurance policies provide vital financial and emotional help when it is needed most.  
(18-03-2013)

Heart attack and stroke insurance policy

Chartis Direct has launched a new Heart Attack and Stroke insurance policy, which gives cash payouts on diagnosis of either a heart attack or stroke.  There is a choice of cover level, giving £15,000, £25,000 or £50,000 on diagnosis.
(10-09-2012)

New survey shows how little we could afford to help in times of crisis

A new survey has revealed that £454.60 is the average amount of money that people would lend to a friend suffering from a long term illness such as cancer. This equates to just less than a week’s extra pay, based on average gross weekly earnings of £458*.
(30-05-2012)

Debt leads one in ten to insomnia

A leading debt management company is reporting a rise in the numbers of its customers who cite loss of sleep as a direct result of debt anxiety as a major catalyst for contacting the company for help.
(07-02-2012)

UK households still need to find an extra £38 billion despite latest fall in CPI figure

Annual average household expenditure is estimated to be £35,978. The corresponding figure for a household where the main occupant is 65 – 74 is £23,711 and £15,139 where they are aged 75 and over
(17-01-2012)

Economic fears forcing one third of staff into work when sick

A third of workers are more likely to go into work ill because of the economic downturn, a survey reveals. The study of 1,600, found that 30 per cent of workers are now more inclined to go to work sick as a result of the current economic climate. Around half of those choosing to turn up for duty while sick said the most important factor in their decision was job security.
(17-01-2012)

Cancer sufferers more worried about Debt than treatment

With the recent Macmillan study showing cancer sufferers and their families are 20 times more likely to ask for help about financial issues, than about death and dying, Chartis Direct reports increased interest in its unique cancer insurance products WellWoman and CancerCare, which give cash payouts on diagnosis of cancer.
(16-01-2012)

Eco News

Edition 23 24-07-2011Hi, I’m Atul Srivastava. Welcome to Eco News! This is where I’ll give you news, reviews and video links to help you save your wallet and the world.If you’d like to be interviewed for a promotional video, email: atul@ecoexpert.tv
(25-07-2011)

If you want a phone that ‘keeps it simple’ – then the Emporia Vodafone RL1 may be right for you

www.primetimelife.tv’s Diana Moran has road tested the emporia RL1 and says: - “this phone is exactly what a lot of my older friends want and need. All the features on the Vodafone emporia RL1 are those I would like – and keeping it simple is the key! Just text and phone – with large numbers and easy to understand buttons. Why hasn’t this been thought of before?"
(14-07-2011)

NLA scheme helps local authorities target rogue landlords

www.moneyagonyaunt.com today that the NLA Accreditation Scheme for private landlords is now being used by 28 local authorities, just one year on from its launch.
(13-07-2011)

Credit unions must join forces to fulfil their potential

www.moneyagonyaunt.com today reports that Delegates and guests at the summer reception of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Credit Unions at Westminster Abbey were told that the credit union sector must collaborate to fulfil its potential in Britain.
(30-06-2011)

Young women drivers to pay more for insurance following EU ruling

The European Court of Justice ruling will bring to an end the use of gender in insurance pricing. This will have a significant impact on customers and the insurance industry and is almost certain to mean that young female drivers will see an increase in their motor insurance premiums from December 2012. 
(01-03-2011)

Insurers can’t charge women less than men

The European Court of Justice has ruled that insurers can’t consider gender when setting insurance premiums.
(01-03-2011)

HIGH EARNERS DETERMINED TO SPEND SPEND SPEND IN 2011

 £100K+ earners expect to increase overall spending despite pressures on income
(03-02-2011)

The Government is axing funding from the Financial Inclusion Fund

After months of nail biting and gloomy speculation it’s definite. The Government is axing funding from the Financial Inclusion Fund for specialist debt advisers in England and Wales. The timing is impeccable. There are queues outside any organisation that offers debt advice. Demand is higher than it’s ever been. The Money Advice Trust expects requests for help to reach a record 1.6 million this year.
(01-02-2011)
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