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How to Reclaim Tax

You may expect a tax refund if you have overpaid the tax. Use the following service by HMRC to claim tax refund: Pay from your current or previous job: Sometimes, you might overpay tax when receiving PAYE. But don’t panic. HMRC will reconcile your tax refund at the end of the tax year. HMRC may issue P800 or a cheque in GBP on your address. You also have an option of receiving the... ❯❯❯

Our Top Five Picks for Best Car Insurance Companies in UAE For Expats and Travelers

Car insurance is one of the most important and the most beneficial things one can opt for. Yet there are people out there who do not consider it a necessity and they take this for granted until their car falls victim to an accident. It is obvious that the concept of “buying insurance” is something only those people can understand with long-term thinking abilities. These people like... ❯❯❯

Insurance Policies Business Owners Need

https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-holding-white-teacup-in-front-of-gray-laptop-842567/ If you have your own business, it might seem like there is a lot to keep track of, especially when you’re first getting started. From registering your business to managing its finances, you might have a lot to do. This is all a part of running a successful business and making sure everything goes... ❯❯❯

Finding the Best Insurance for You: The Wrong Ways and the Right Ways

Insurance is something that most people are not interested in but can be very important to many of us. Unexpected losses can put the best-laid financial plans in turmoil. Insurance coverage is necessary to protect against unexpected costs, property loss, and disability. There are no universal answers to the question of how much insurance is enough. Situations vary. A single 22-year old,... ❯❯❯

How to Protect Your Assets

Your assets are the valuable belongings you have worked hard for and would typically include the money in your checking and savings account, the properties you own, vehicles that belong to you, and other items of value that are yours. Because you may have many assets that are important to you, knowing how to protect those assets is a must. You can take certain steps to ensure that your assets... ❯❯❯

Is Life Insurance a Good Investment?

Life insurance coverage is often marketed as alternative forms of investment. The fact that some of the policies have an investment like characteristics makes them good investments in some scenarios.  Before getting into whether life insurance is a good investment, it is important to have a clear understanding of the two main types of life insurance coverage. Term Life Insurance  ... ❯❯❯

Benefits of Group Insurance Plans to Employers

Canadian companies are not required to offer group insurance, regardless of the number of employees they have at their company. However, as an operating business of a certain size, there are other benefits to employers in opting for this type of business health insurance, regardless of how many employees they currently have. Let’s look at some of these benefits to employers now. Jobs Are... ❯❯❯

Mortgage Life Insurance vs. Term Insurance

If you are in the process of buying a home, you might be hearing about mortgage life insurance. Before jumping on board, it is important to understand what it is and what your other options are too. It is important to have some type of coverage, but you should weigh your options before making a final decision. What is Mortgage Life Insurance? The purpose of mortgage life insurance is to pay off... ❯❯❯

Stopping Car Theft in the Summer

Summer's just around the corner, everyone wants to take advantage of it. What’s, of course, an exception a few of those states that have summer all year round. You're lucky.  Well one thing's for sure we want you to have fun and enjoy your summer, do you have time to travel? Well if you do make sure all your belongings are safe, secure, and protected. Oh that too, your car as well... ❯❯❯

Abbotsford Personal and Corporate Tax Differences

Financial ignorance of a large number of people leads to many delusions about the tax. It can be defined as an imposed obligation that every individual or legal entity has to pay to the state. But people usually don't understand the real purpose of the taxes. They don't know who the taxpayers are, whom they give their money, and how they will use these funds. Taxes are the most important source... ❯❯❯