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28 January 2016FOUR IN TEN NEW HOMEOWNERS HAVE DIY DISASTERS IN THE FIRST YEAR (And more than half call in the professionals to put right bodged jobs) Spilled paint, burst pipes and plaster falling off walls are amongst the most common DIY disasters encountered by new housebuyers, according to research from Aviva. A study of around 1,000 recent home-movers found that people spent on average more than £10,000 in the first year doing up their new properties. However the research also revealed that costs are often bumped up by bodged jobs around the house.
27 January 20162 in 5 businesses don’t believe they are at risk and more than a third of businesses would not know what to do if they became the victim of a cyber crime.
26 January 2016A third of financial advisers believe auto-enrolment is one of their greatest opportunities over the next 12 months, according to Aviva’s Adviser Barometer.
25 January 2016Aviva has launched two new business protection products on the Aviva Life Protection Solutions (ALPS) online platform, including a market first Relevant Life Insurance with the option to add critical illness cover.
Cancer most feared disease in Britain - but more than 8 million British adults take no action to reduce their risk
21 January 2016British adults more worried about being diagnosed with cancer than other serious illnesses Yet more than 8 million say they take no action at all to reduce their risk Only a third do regular exercise (37%) or maintain a healthy weight (37%) to reduce their risk of developing the disease Half (54%) are confused by conflicting reports on the causes of cancer High proportions of the population did not identify weight (62%), diet (61%) or smoking (29%) as influencing a person’s risk of developing cancer