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Revealed: which packaged accounts offer the best deal?

From mobile phone insurance to car breakdown cover, some current accounts offer a dazzling array of perks – but not all are worth their monthly fee. New research by Which?...

As rents rise, how should landlords decide what to charge on their buy-to-let?

Rents are on the rise in England and Wales, with a third of lettings agents reporting increases in June this year. But as a private landlord, how do you decide...

Interest-only mortgage crunch: how to pay one down

Around one in five homeowners in the UK are currently on interest-only mortgages – and many have no plan to pay down their debt. But if you owe potentially hundreds of...

Could listing on Airbnb put you in trouble with your mortgage lender?

Accommodation site Airbnb has seen bookings in London rise by 130% in the last year, according to new data from Colliers, with 4.62m nights of accommodation booked on the home-sharing...

No more surcharges: UK bans credit and debit card fees

The days of paying a hefty fee simply for paying by credit or debit card will soon be over, as the government has announced plans to ban card surcharges in...

Making a will by text message? 7 ways will-writing may be modernised

Radical proposals to update the way wills are written and interpreted in the UK have been put forward by the Law Commission – including the ability to put down your...

Lloyds overhauls overdraft fees: will you be better or worse off?

Lloyds Banking Group – the UK’s biggest provider of current accounts – is embarking on a radical overhaul of its overdraft charges, including scrapping the high fees customers face for tipping...

From Carlisle to Cornwall: how much deposit first-time buyers are paying

Buyers in some UK areas are putting down over £100,000 as a deposit on their first home, even as others pay less than £15,000 upfront. New data from Halifax has revealed the...

Mind games: 7 ways scammers win you over

More than a quarter of Brits have fallen prey to online scammers – even though a majority of victims thought there was something fishy going on. How do scammers convince...

Most popular savings accounts of 2017

Which? reveals the five most in-demand savings accounts from users of Money Compare over 2017 so far. The two most popular products were both one year fixed-rate accounts, suggesting savers have...

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