Emily Sullivan is a writer and editor, specialising in the finance industry. Emily holds a Journalism degree from the University of Sheffield and has a background in PR and digital marketing. She joined MoneySuperMarket Group in 2020 and after building experience across all channels, Emily found her niche in Motor, Home and Van Insurance. Emily takes confusing financial jargon and transforms it into easy-to-understand information. She is driven by helping consumers save money and feel more confident with their finances.
"Understanding how our finances work can be confusing, stressful and a little bit boring. I’m here to simplify all things money, so you can spend less time worrying about it and more time enjoying it."
There’s always a lot going on when moving. Our helpful checklist for moving into a new home will make sure you don’t miss anything important
As more employers and employees embrace the world of hybrid working, you may have some questions about your new way of living. For instance, do I need business insurance to work from home? Whether you’re running a business or simply working remotely, it’s important to ensure that you’re always covered for the job you do. Read our guide to learn more.
Understanding car insurance groups and how they affect your premium can help you save money on your car insurance.
You can remortgage to a new deal or lender at any time – but you need to consider interest rates and any fees you'll pay to switch
Need 24-hour car cover? Read our guide to find out how and when this type of temporary cover can help
Our guide explains why you might need car hire excess insurance, and how to get the best deal for you so you can hit the road with confidence – wherever you are in the world
You can use a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) to declare your car ‘off road’ if you don’t use it and don’t want to insure it. Here’s how
It’s easy to get a crack or chip in your windscreen on the UK’s busy roads, this can be dangerous, and lead to costly repairs. Find out how windscreen cover can be added to your car insurance policy
Insurers take a number of factors into account when they set your car insurance premiums – and your postcode is one of them. Find out why this matters to insurers, and where cover is the cheapest in the UK
You can avoid your family being charged inheritance tax on your life insurance payout by putting your policy in trust. Find out more about your inheritance with life insurance.
Find out what happens if you’re hit by an uninsured driver, and how the uninsured driver promise can help.
When someone dies, debts they leave are paid out of the money, possessions, and property they leave behind. This is known as their estate. You're only responsible for their debts if you had a joint loan, joint agreement, or provided a loan guarantee. Read on to find out the key things you need to know.
Electric vehicles do not depend on a combustion engine to power them, meaning the need to ‘fill up your tank’ has been replaced with the need to ‘charge your battery’. Read on to learn all you need to know about electric car charging, including how much it costs and how long it takes.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have boosted in popularity in more recent years. What started off as a drive to help the environment has bought financial, performance, and social benefits too. And with the government’s impending ban on new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, you too may soon find yourself charging your car instead of fuelling it.
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Cars in group 6 will be reliable, affordable and cheap to repair which means they have some of the lowest car insurance costs.
How to cut the cost of car insurance with a no claims discount
Cars in group 9 will be reliable, easy to repair, and have some of the lowest car insurance costs.
Cars in insurance group 7 will have some of the lowest car insurance costs.
Cars in group 4 are usually small, cheap to run and have some of the lowest car insurance costs.
Cars in group 10 will have some of the lowest car insurance costs.
You’ll find some of the cheapest cars to insurance in car insurance group 2.
Cars in group 8 will be reliable and affordable plus they will have some of the lowest car insurance costs.
Choosing a car in a lower insurance group will cut your costs.
If you’ve chosen a car from the insurance group 1, it’s likely to be one of the cheapest when it comes to insurance premiums.
If you’re looking for a way to cut your car insurance costs, picking one in insurance group 5 will be a good start.
Heading back to the office? Here’s how to keep your pet happy at home while you’re away
Your next trip to Rio de Janeiro should be remembered for the right reasons, so it’s important you get travel insurance to protect you
Green-fingered gardeners can spend thousands of pounds making their garden a place they enjoy spending time. And so, gardens can be an easy target for thieves. If you have expensive plants, furniture or tools, you may need to pay more to protect them.
What you do for a living can have a massive effect on your annual car insurance premiums – but if you give a careful answer, you might see a saving
There’s nothing more infuriating than your WiFi connection being poor when you’ve just sat down to watch your favourite Netflix show. Know your consumer rights, and ensure you are getting the speed and service you’re paying for.
Find out how wireless broadband works in your home, its advantages, disadvantages, and how to find great deals on your broadband.
Life insurance ensures our loved ones are taken care of financially when we’re gone. But women can have additional things to consider, as this guide explains
Home insurance policies offer different levels of cover for your garage structure and its contents, depending on whether your garage is attached or detached to your home
Find out how scooter insurance can keep you and your two-wheeler safe, why you need it and how to find the cheapest cover
How does a lodger affect your home insurance, and what insurance do lodgers need?
Legal protection cover is one of many add-ons you can buy with your home insurance. But what does it do?
What does single item limit insurance mean and what impact does it have on your contents insurance? Understanding this will help you protect your high value items and make sure you’re not left short when it comes to a claim, as our guide explains
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