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Brexit’s biggest price rises?

Which? today shines a light on the companies that have been hiking prices for groceries, cars and other goods since last year’s vote to leave the EU. Inflation (the Consumer...

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Bid to stop fraudsters attacking your pension revealed

The introduction of pensions freedoms is to be probed by MPs amid fears savings are being plundered by fraudsters. An inquiry launched by Parliament’s Work and Pensions Committee will scrutinise...

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Pension funds forced to disclose hidden costs

Firms managing money on behalf of workplace pensions will be required to tell scheme administrators how much they’ve spent trading assets, according to new rules published today by City watchdog...

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Best and worst financial brands

Revealed: the best and worst financial brands

Nationwide is the UK’s best financial brand for customer satisfaction and complaints handling, according to new analysis from Which? It’s been a good year for the building society, which topped...

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Should you buy bundled home and car insurance?

Admiral offers discount for customers who buy two insurance products

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How to get high street discounts through your current account

Several banks are now offering dozens of high street discounts to current account customers. Earlier this month, First Direct joined Barclays, Santander, NatWest and Lloyds among the banks offering cashback...

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What’s next for new-build leasehold buyers?

As the government's consultation on leasehold new-build homes ends, Which? looks at what could be next for those affected by ground rent doubling clauses.

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Pension Awareness Week: tracking down my lost pension

The average person will hold about 11 jobs in their lifetime, while it’s estimated that four out of five people don’t know where at least one of their pension pots...

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Two weeks until landlords face buy-to-let clampdown

Which? analyses how tougher buy-to-let lending rules coming into force at the end of September will affect property investors with four or more homes

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Car insurance set to cost less after government U-turn

Your car insurance premiums could become significantly cheaper after the government revised its decision on calculating compensation for accident victims. Following pressure from the insurance industry, the government has now...

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