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Seasons Greetings

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year The end of 2012 is upon us, Broker House would like to take this time to    thank you for your business, we hope we have been of help to you. We trust  you will enjoy the festive season, end the year in good spirits and enter the New […]

Basic pension rise not enough

Basic pension rise not enough

Dot Gibson, general secretary of the National Pensioners Convention (NPC), stated the £2.70 a week extra and only £1.60 a week more for millions of older women who don’t get a full pension, This will affect one in five older people who will continue to live in poverty, three million pensioner households are in fuel […]

A Good Pension Deal

A Good Pension Deal

The end of the final salary pension schemes, an increase in the number of self employed and an introduction of lower fee schemes  means Personal Pension Plans are jumping in popularity. 254,000 self invested pensions opened in 2007 have grown to more than 951,000 with assets of £115 billion up from £54 billion five years […]

Green Energy Means Higher Bills

Green Energy Means Higher Bills

Energy firms will be allowed to increase the amount of money they add to customers bills to pay for renewable power, nuclear and other environmental measures, to be announced by the government next week. The deal over a new energy bill, will mean the total amount energy suppliers can add to domestic and business bills will rise […]

Wages Versus Utility Price Increases

Wages Versus Utility Price Increases

Since the economic downturn in 2008, wages have not kept up with rising fuel prices. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the UK’s unemployment rate is currently hovering at around 8.1%, and there are over 9m economically inactive citizens who can’t contribute to the economy nationwide, pay has risen by 1.5% since 2011 […]

Half a million PPI complaints filed

Half a million PPI complaints filed

Financial Ombudsman Service states that more than 500,000 PPI complaints have been filed, 140,000 complaints alone this year, the FOS predicts more than twice as many claims to be filed over the next year, the FOS has sided with customers in more than 70% of cases, however they are overworked with all the claims which […]

Banks count PPI costs

The last couple of days RBS, Lloyds and HSBC have announced losses due to PPI pay outs and are setting aside a tremendous amount of money to cover the forecast of future claims. RBS are setting aside £400 milion, Lloyds, £1bn and HSBC £500 million, the total cost to the industry a year ago was […]

4G network so far

4G network so far

The new 4G network, launched by EE this week are in eleven cities in the UK at the moment, these cities are Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, London and Southampton More cities will become available when the other major mobile operator launch their network early next year

Tmobile name change

Tmobile name change

Earlier this month Tmobile rebranded themselves as EE which stands for Everything Everywhere, which is a merger of the Tmobile and Orange network, giving EE a wider network coverage and the platform to launch the New Super Fast 4G Network

Why Insurance

Why Insurance

Your working to build financial security, so you want to be sure everything is protected You can’t afford it !!! Accidents and disasters can happen and if you don’t have insurance it could leave you in a very difficult situation, you need insurance to protect your life, your income and to keep a roof over […]

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