How can I make money from AirBnB this summer?

With a boom in the post-covid staycation market, many people are starting to question how they can make money from AirBnB this summer. Rates are currently averaging around £50 per night for a double room, with an average of £228 per night for a whole house or apartment, and even more in tourist hot spots or bespoke and quirky homes.…

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Important news regarding your Motor Insurance

Civil Liability Act 2018 The Civil Liability Act will come into force on 31st May 2021 and has been designed by the Government to help prevent fraudulent whiplash claims that cost the insurance industry billions of pounds per year and drive up the cost of insurance premiums for all drivers like you. Critical changes to whiplash claims A fixed tariff…

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Which Countries can I Visit?

From Monday 17th May foreign travel will be permitted for people living in England, Scotland and Wales. Officially, you are only meant to travel abroad for ‘essential’ reasons, below details what you need to know. A traffic light system has been created to divide destinations into three categories – green, amber and red. Visiting countries on the green list involves…

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New hotel liability insurance products launched by Cornwall and Devon Insurance

Cornwall and Devon Insurance are excited to launch their new specialist hotel liability insurance products now available to the hospitality industry from their Torquay and Launceston Offices. Working as a brokerage, Cornwall and Devon have partnered with a panel of well-known insurance companies to offer a competitively priced product designed especially for those in the hospitality industry, including Aviva, MBS,…

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Winter Car Check

As the summer fades and autumn creeps in, it takes some time to get your car ready before the worst of the winter weather takes hold. We’ve put together nine top winter car check tips for basic motor maintenance that will see you and your car through to spring. Check your car battery. During cold weather, the car battery suffers…

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What are the penalties for driving without insurance

Driving without insurance is illegal. Even the threat of driving bans, fines and penalty points don’t seem to be enough to deter the thousands caught and convicted every year. Here’s a reminder of what might be in store for those driving without insurance, and what the minimum level of insurance you’re legally required to have is. What is the minimum…

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Risks of under- insurance

When you first purchase an insurance policy, you are required to state the value of the property and contents which you would like to insure. This is known as the sum insured. If the value of either is understated, accidentally or not, this is called under-insurance. For example if you state on an insurance quotation a property re-build of £150,000…

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