Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has been on hand to dispense his financial advice. He has now given his advice to those who are planning weddings this summer.
Wedding insurance usually covers is costs in terms of venues, suppliers or key people falling ill or failing to show up.
Policies typically cover if a venue cancels on you or if a supplier falls through etc.
The woman replied: “Wedding insurance not covering a pandemic just don’t know what to do for the best as I just want to marry my man but also can’t afford to loose 10k or have my health at risk.”
Others contacted Martin to ask about their rights on refunding a honeymoon.
He gave advice ahead of the show on Twitter especially for those in the rental market.
Martin wrote: “All evictions to be banned for three months, more details on rental help due soon.”
He added: “I’m now hearing landlords will be able to get a three month buy to let mortgage holiday if tenants can’t pay rent, to make offering tenants forbearance easier. This is coupled with the three months evictions. We’ll be confirming and analysing tomorrow.”
Taking another Twitter user to task after they complained about loss on income for landlords, he said: “In this scenario who’s most out of pocket, is less relevant than ensuring all parties survive and get through it with minimal financial and health damage.”