How does Critical Illness Cover work? Is it necessary for Contractors? What are the benefits? Find all the answers in our Critical Illness cover FAQs.
Mistakes happen. Which is why it’s important that as a Contractor your business is protected. Indemnity Insurance is designed to help you cover the costs incurred if a client suffers any losses because of your work.
Have you wondered how to become financially free in your work as a Contractor? In this guest post, Alex Ward explains how he became financially free through the use of a model focused on the unconscious mind.
When we fall ill the only thing we want is to get better. Especially as a Contractor when you can’t rely on an employer to cover your wages. Having Private Healthcare in place will help you get back on your feet and back to work faster than standard NHS services.
Is your biggest outgoing your mortgage repayments? Make sure you don’t miss a payment with income protection.
If you pass away, your mortgage debt doesn’t unfortunately disappear - it will fall onto your loved ones. With a Life Insurance policy however you can ensure that the remainder of your mortgage is paid off in the event of your death - ensuring your family financial security when they need it most.
In light of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, here are our tips to help you look after your mental wellbeing even with a busy schedule.
When looking for a new home it's hard to know where to start. Avoid the hassle that can be associated with Contractor mortgages by working with an expert Contractor mortgage broker.
Getting a Contractor Mortgage isn’t easy but, the process can be made a whole lot simpler when you have Broadbench’s expert Contractor mortgage adviser’s on your side. Here are our top tips to getting a Contractor Mortgage.
Have your monthly mortgage repayments gone up? Here’s everything you need to know about the Standard Variable Rate.
Has your mortgage deal come to an end? Has the value of your home increased? Do you want to make home improvements?
It's important to make sure your home is protected. If it isn’t and the unexpected happens you might not be able to keep up with your mortgage repayments. Here’s the protection you need as a homeowner.