Will your pension be enough, insurance policy perks (and more!) in November’s Viewpoint

Will your pension be enough, insurance policy perks (and more!) in November’s Viewpoint

It’s November’s edition of the Viewpoint newsletter, produced by our friends at Yellow Brick Mortgages. This month we cover:

Insurance perks you may not be aware of

Insurance policies cover many types of risk and often include extra features that benefit you and yours. Are you making the most of what’s on offer?

Will your pension sustain your retirement?

Do you know how much money you’ll need to retire, comfortably? And, are you actively working towards this number? If not, this article will get you started.

Help-to-Buy for first-time buyers

Since its launch in 2013, the government-backed scheme has helped to buy 300,000 UK properties. New rules have been in place since April, this year. Find out more in this short article.

 

Download the latest Viewpoint newsletter here

Contact your local Watsons branch and we’ll introduce you to one of the team at Yellow Brick Mortgages. Their services come highly-rated and they are our recommended mortgage broker. 

**Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with your mortgage payments**

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