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Online reporting system for D&D

D&D Homecare has launched an online reporting system for its standard ASU policies and its new three4free products.

The system will instantly show brokers their monthly and single premium policies as well as commission reports and details on all their policies, whether live or in the pipeline.

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RICS joins Tenancy Deposit Scheme

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has been approved as part of the Dispute Service component of the Department for Communities and Local Government’s Tenancy Deposit Scheme.Gillian Charlesworth, head of regulation policy at RICS, says: “RICS is delighted to be approved as part of Dispute Service component of the DCLG’s Tenancy Deposit Scheme, thus obtaining […]

Midddle market firms at risk warns KPMG

The latest survey from KPMG, shows there is growing concerns that many middle market companies are at risk by not managing their cash effectively.The regular KPMG survey which canvasses the opinion of 200 companies withturnover between £5m and £500m suggests that economic optimism has just started to wane after six months of relative calm.For middle […]

Landlord Mortgages launches Lettingagent.com

Landlord Mortgages has launched a lettings agency for both landlords and tenants The site, Lettingagent.com, combines high levels of service with modern, centralised technology. Landlord Mortgages says many landlords are unhappy with the service they receive from high street letting agencies that traditionally charge up to 15% of monthly rental income to manage a property. […]

JCS links with Assureweb

JCS, an IFA software houses, has integrated with Assureweb’s quotation system.The Assureweb quote engine will give JCS customers access to more than 150 products from 35 leading providers, displaying provider-specific quotes on term and critical illness, mortgage protection, income protection, investment bonds, personal and stakeholder pensions, annuities, and pension term assurance at the touch of […]

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Financial advice can benefit customers by £40,000

New research shows those customers who receive financial advice can be better off on average by £40,000 We’ve sponsored a research project with the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) to produce ‘The Value of Financial Advice’ report. This independent research demonstrates that customers who take financial advice can, on average, be £40,000 better off than those […]

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