Car Insurance Roundup, May 23, 2016

Cardinal deal may spark AA expansion –

AA Ireland is set to widen its insurance interests here if the company is taken over. 

Councils ‘using residents’ car parking permits as stealth tax’

Councils have been accused of using residents’ parking permits as a “stealth tax” to raise revenue as it emerges that the number and cost has rocketed in recent years. 

Anadolu Insurance Company Signs a Multi-Million Dollar Agreement with Sapiens, Expanding Their

Sapiens International Corporation, (NASDAQ and TASE: SPNS), a leading global provider of software solutions for the insurance industry, with a growing presence in the financial services sector, announced today that Anadolu Insurance Company (Anadolu), a private insurer operating in Turkey, has expanded its strategic relationship with Sapiens. 

How to claim insurance after an Uber or Grab accident | | Philippine News

More and more people are joining the Grab and Uber wave because of the income-earning opportunities these app-based ride-sharing services provide. Some choose to do it part-time while others have made operating Uber or Grab vehicles a full-time job. 

Teenager killed during drive-by shooting at graduation party

Authorities say a teenage was killed and three other teenagers were injured during a drive-by shooting at a graduation party in central Georgia. 

Baby boomers dealing with debt can find financial help

Asking for a senior discount at the gym or the movies may be a nice perk for older consumers, but many struggling retirees oddly enough are leaving thousands of dollars in perks and benefits untouched. It’s saved money that could create some economic stability in their lives. 

Injured driver in fatal crash had never held full licence, court hears (From Impartial Reporter)

A 53-YEAR-OLD motorist who was severely injured in a fatal road traffic collision in Kesh last summer had never held a full driving licence, Fermanagh Magistrates Court has heard. 

Brexit – the key points for motorists to consider

The debate about Brexit is intensifying as we move into the final weeks of the EU referendum campaign, and the concerns of some of Britain’s most important citizens has had scant coverage. They are the 30 million or so drivers in the UK, who contribute vast sums to the government’s coffers and make up the majority of eligible voters. 

Don’t get caught out: Home insurance small print explained

One in five home insurance claims refused. highlights how to make a successful home insurance claim 

9 Things New Graduates Can Do Now to Have More Later | GOBankingRates

This spring’s college grads will receive their diplomas at a steep price. Seven out of 10 students borrowed money to pay for college, and they are the most indebted students to date, according to The Wall Street Journal. In fact, the average debt for grads this year is $37,172. 


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