Information Leaflets Category
Own assets abroad? You may want to review your inheritance arrangements
if you own land in the EU – for example a holiday home – you should be aware of the new Regulation 650 / 2012 which came into force
on the 17th August 2015. Unofficially referred to as “Brussels IV”, it means you no longer have to comply with the inheritance rules of the state where your land is located. Jersey law will apply instead.
Energy matters to all of us and this Newsletter aims to help Island consumers gain a greater understanding of their energy consumption levels and suggests how we can all use our energy more efficiently – whether it be gas, electricity, oil or coal.
Read on to find out about how best to save on your energy and water bills; the journey our energy products make in order to reach our homes and how Jersey energy prices compare with other Islands.Read More
What is this for?
This will inform both the Council and hopefully politicians on how local people are being affected by the current economic climate, how they are managing their money and where and why they are spending their moneyRead More
Every year millions of people fly to and from the Channel Islands. Although most passengers have a trouble-free journey some do experience unexpected disruption to their travel plans.Read More
Home Contents Insurance Guide
Home Contents Insurance
Fill out the “How much are the contents of your home worth?” guide. Get organised – gather together a pen, paper and a
Get ready to buy home contents insurance using the Consumer Council’s tips.Read More
The death of a loved one is a difficult and emotional time for every family. People are left at their most vulnerable and so trying to fathom what needs to be done to arrange the funeral, the range of choices and cost involved can be
Access to Ferry Travel
Ferry travel provides an important service to passengers travelling to and from Jersey. The rights of people with a disability or reduced mobility are protected, to ensure that they have the same access to ferry travel as all other citizens. A person may have reduced mobility because of an illness; an age related condition or a temporary injury, for example a broken leg.Read More
Access to Air Travel for the Less Mobile
This guide provides information on the types of assistance passengers with a disability or reduced mobility are entitled to when travelling by air. All airports and airlines in the European Union are required to provide assistance to passengers with a disability or reduced mobility.Read More
Three key messages emerged from our survey:
- We must all take personal responsibility for
our financial health;
- We must all research our facts and ask questions to help us make informed decisions and to better understand the bigger picture of what financial health entails – over the short, medium and long term;
- Most importantly we must NEVER put our head in the sand – financial difficulties escalate not diminish!