What travel risks are NOT covered by travel insurance?

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Every travel insurance policy contains specified limits, excesses and exclusions. When you buy travel insurance, always check the level of cover being offered. All policies have what are known as “general exclusions,” which apply to all sections of a policy. For example, you may not be covered if before you travelled, you received treatment for a pre-existing condition which you did not disclose to your insurer when taking out the policy. You will not be covered if you travel against medical advice, if you suffer injury as a result of a suicide attempt, if you only received non-emergency treatment, if you were under the influence of alcohol, if you required treatment due to drug abuse, and if you deliberately put your life in risk or…

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Selling your Property? Creating a Good First Impression

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When buying a home a gut feeling is very important and your first impression can often be lasting. Therefore if you are selling, creating a visual appeal and showing off your rooms and space is vital. The Internet is likely the first interaction a buyer will have with your property, where high quality photo’s make a huge difference to the impression given. So, don’t wait until the property is on the market to declutter or paint your house. Prior to photo’s being taken, carry out a comprehensive decluttering of any unneeded items. Wide angle lens’s and software can maximise the brightness and room size in pictures, to give a truer impression of what the rooms look like. However too much stuff in a photo distracts…

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Quality Broadband Needs to be Delivered

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“The availability of a quality broadband service,” is essential if the Rural Action Plan is to be a success. That’s according to Jonathan Quinn of Property Partners Quinn Bros based in Longford. Property Partners, the nationwide group of long established estate agents has broadly welcomed the announcement by the Taoiseach of the €60 million action plan ‘Realising our Rural Potential’. The plan proposes to invest up to €60 million into rural towns and villages over the next three years. The plan has been designed to encourage people to remain in their own locality. Ronán Long, Chairman of Property Partners, “For all too long, as a result of the international trend towards urbanisation, our rural towns and villages have simply been forgotten. They are the heartbeat…

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