Understanding Travel Insurance Policies

Travel insurance is an important part of any foreign visit. It covers travellers medical bills, theft and other additional expenses should these events occur.

Travel insurance is broken up into two different types of policies, single-trip policies and multi-trip policies. The most often used policy is single-trip. These are common among travellers who seldom travel more than once or twice a year. They are best suited for those who know exactly how many visits they will be making over the course of a 12-month period.

Multi-trip policies are often used for business visits, they offer cover for every trip made over the course of a year. They are excellent for travellers who have to make unexpected international visits regularly, and are more cost-effective than single trip policies over long periods of time.

On average, a single-trip policy can cost less than £4.11. Annual cover starts at around £25, however this extra cost is quickly recouped if several international visits are made during its duration.

An Overview Of Heritage Law In The UK

While the UK is a small country compared to most, no less does it bear the marks of its predecessors. These areas of the surroundings which display past interaction between people and places are called the historic environment.

The historic environment includes many areas which have been considered important to society, and are protected by law. These are called heritage assets and make up the parts of the historic environment that is considered of great value.

Laws offers protection for heritage assets, and these laws have developed over the years. They help define what exactly makes a heritage asset, why it is valued and worthy of protection. These laws refer to various architectural, historic, artistic, traditional and archaeological interests, including the character that derives from those attributes.

Terms such as ‘significance’, are defined and encompass many different interests that may be worthy of the designation of a heritage asset. These interests may be archaeological, architectural, artistic or historic.

 

Differentiating Between Short Term And Long Term Investments

A typical short term investment is expected to grow for several months. If the investment is successful it can extend to a period of a few years, which is the ideal outcome for a short term investment. For an investment to become long term, the time periods are much longer — often decades.

Long term investments include real estate and cash, these slowly develop over much longer periods. But this isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

Because of the amount of time that long term investments occupy, they often leave room for many short-term investments. Examples of short term investments include individual stocks and mutual funds.  If you know you need the money back in the short-term, the stock market is a good place to be.

It’s important to remember that the long term investment account differs largely from the short term investment account in that short term investments will most likely be sold, where as long term investments may never be sold.