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Women expect to be £6,000 worse off than men in retirement: how to boost your income

New figures published today show a £6,000 gap in the annual income expected by women in retirement compared to men.  Insurance company Prudential found women expect to retire on an annual...

State pension triple-lock survives in DUP and Conservative deal

There will be no changes to the state pension triple lock or winter fuel payments under the new agreement between the Conservative party and the DUP, signed today.  The state...

Pensioners missing out on £2bn worth of free money

More than three million people are missing out on a free pension contribution from their employer by failing to make just a small increase to their savings – worth as...

Can this tactic help you avoid a huge pension tax bill?

Withdrawing a tiny amount of money from your pension could help you avoid a trap that has potentially caused thousands of people to overpay tax on their retirement savings. If...

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Britain’s debt problems revealed: credit complaints soar by 90%

Complaints about debts and payday loans have rocketed over the past year, as Brits increasingly rely on credit to finance their spending, the Financial Ombudsman Service has warned. Complaints against payday...

Conservative and DUP ‘coalition’: what it could mean for your finances

Britain’s hung parliament lasted for a matter of hours – Theresa May is staying on as Prime Minister and forming a government by entering into a partnership with Northern Ireland’s Democratic...

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Ask an expert: ‘Why did my pension go missing when I switched my bank account?’

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. I recently switched to a new...

Skipton launches first-ever cash lifetime Isa…paying 0.5%

Savers aged between 18 and 40 will be able to open a cash lifetime Isa from this Thursday – but they’ll only earn 0.5% on their savings. Although lifetime Isas...

Ask an expert: ‘I want to start a pension for my grandson – what are my options?’

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. I’ve just retired, and having spent...

Watch your insurance premiums – a new tax hike kicks in today

If you drive a car, insure your home or pay to protect your pets, the cost of your cover will rise from today due to a third tax hike insurance premiums...

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