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Revealed: the age groups hardest hit by rising car insurance costs

The average UK driver pays around £641 for their car insurance – a record level since 2012 – and industry insiders expect premiums to only go up further this year,...

Six essential steps to getting the best insurance deal

Getting the best insurance deal should become easier from Monday, when insurance companies start telling you how much you paid last year when they try to get you to renew...

Car insurance premiums to rise as discount rate changes

New legislation tipped to lead to soaring car insurance premiums comes into effect today. The change in law will increase the amount awarded in compensation to victims of serious personal...

Why your car insurance premium is set to soar

Car insurance premiums could rise by around £100 per driver following an adjustment to the way personal injury payouts are calculated. After an accident resulting in serious personal injury – such...

Equity release advisers fail to mention risks

Receiving the right equity release advice is crucial - but new Which? research uncovers dubious sales practices

Car insurance claims can hit blameless drivers hard

Your car insurance premium could rise by more than a third following a claim, even if you weren't to blame, according to new Which? research. 

Cash Isa deals of the week: 13 July 2016

Which? Money provides our weekly roundup of the best cash Isa deals on the market to help you invest your tax-free allowance for 2016/2017.

Three in 10 property purchases fall through

When a house purchase falls through the buyer loses £2,899 on average. Find out why, plus how to avoid your own home purchase collapsing, with tips from Which?.

New credit card Which? Recommended Providers

The latest Which? analysis of the credit card market found four lenders making the cut, offering both great deals and service.

Cash Isa deals of the week: 17 March 2016

Which? Money provides our weekly roundup of the best cash Isa deals on the market to help you invest your tax-free allowance for 2015/2016.

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