Buying a beach hut; how much does it cost and what does it involve?
The hot weather may have made you dream of lazy days by the coast but should you invest in a beach hut?
If the glorious sunny weather has tempted you to buy a beach hut, you'll want to know what's it will cost and what's involved. Over the last few years beach huts have experienced a revival in popularity, with some fetching more than £100,000. While most go for far less, you can still expect to pay a minimum of several thousand pounds. So can a beach hut ever be a good investment?
6 traps to avoid if you're buying family travel insurance
If you’re travelling with your family or you’re pregnant, make sure you get the right travel insurance
If you’re buying travel insurance and you’re pregnant or you’re travelling with your family, watch out for big differences in the cover on offer from policies. Some won’t cover children over the age of 16, and some will expect a fit to fly note if you travel in the late stages of pregnancy, while others don’t mention pregnancy in their policy documents, so you’d have to ring them up to find out more.
Holiday money: how to get more when you're buying travel money for your holiday
Which foreign currency providers pay the most and what charges should you watch out for?
If you’re heading off on holiday or thinking about a city break, you probably know that you won’t get the best deal on travel money if you leave it to the last minute. You can save a lot of money (especially if you're changing a large amount of currency) if you buy from a specialist provider rather than from your bank or from a currency provider at the airport. The airport is great for convenience, but you definitely won't get the best rates.