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Are fixed-rate savings accounts the way forward?

Low interest rates means low savings rates - but how can you make the most of your savings?

Budget 2014 – the aftermath of Budget 2013

Which? takes a look at what was announced in the 2013 Budget and he impact they had on the country.

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Budget 2014: the latest speculation

Income tax looks set to be a key Budget 2014 issue, with shadow Chancellor Ed Balls calling for an increase to 50% as thousands more are taken out of tax.

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Budget 2014: changes to the state pension

Which? explains the changes coming to the state pension, with government set to announce the cost of adding up to £5 a week to your existing state pension.

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Budget 2014: a video guide to the Budget

Our video explains what the Budget is all about, the history of the Budget and how the Chancellor's speech is likely to affect you.

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Annuities market ‘not working for consumers’

An FCA review of the annuities market concludes that significant barriers prevent consumers from shopping around and switching to get the best deal.

Cash Isa deals of the week 13 February 2014

With the deadline to put money into your tax-free cash Isa account fast approaching, Which? looks at the best deals out there.

Homeserve handed record mis-selling fine

Homeserve has been ordered to pay £30.6 million for mis-selling and poor complaints handling.

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Personal allowance could rise to £12,500

Personal allowance could raise above £10,000 in the 2014/15 tax year, under plans revealed by Nick Clegg.

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Costly Calls ban should extend to insurers

Which? is calling for the ban on costly customer service numbers to be extended to all financial companies, including insurers.

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