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Due to some BIG changes at work, I could be facing redundancy. The question is, do I buy now while I have the salary (on paper at least) or step away from buying our family home?.. My thinking is, I may not be able to find another job, so I should buy while I have a salary and get some insurance so worst case scenario, the insurance will cover me?..

Confused.com... Thoughts/advise please?..

I've got some 'advise' for you 'moonbeam'! Give all your money to me rather than throwing it down the toilet! Idiot!

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I remember a time when taking out insurance against an event you knew was certain was considered criminal behaviour. Or was I just dreaming.

The lunatics have been in charge so long it's easy to forget what was once considered common sense.

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