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20 easy ways to make money in 2020

From cashback to product testing, eBay and recycling, we've rounded up some money making ideas for the new year

10 new year’s resolutions to boost your finances in 2020

Which? suggests 10 money goals for inspiration on how you can get your finances back on track in 2020.

Eight things to do with unwanted Christmas presents

Which? reveals eight simple things to do with any unwanted gifts you receive this Christmas so that they don't go to waste.

Will your home insurance protect your rare coin collection?

We reveal whether home insurance covers rare coins and how to get the best protection for your collection.

Vanguard to launch the cheapest-ever pension in 2020: should you invest?

Vanguard is launching the UK's cheapest pension in early 2020. Find out how it works and if it could help you boost your pension savings.

Four ways to boost your state pension if you’re a parent or carer

Find out four easy ways to boost your state pension if you're a parent or carer who has to take time out of work.

Funding Circle to launch new tool to speed up withdrawing money – can it help you?

Funding Circle is changing how investors unlock cash and new rules on peer-to-peer lending will come into effect. Find out what this all means for you.

Election 2019: what would the Conservatives’ plans mean for your money?

We outline the key personal finance pledges in the Conservatives' election manifesto, including plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Over half of adults plan to work during their retirement

52% of adults plan to work into their retirement. Find out what continuing to work means for your pension and tax bill.

Baby retailers disappear from the British high street: where can parents shop now?

What does the closure of Mothercare and Mamas & Papas stores mean for parents? We explain how to buy the best pushchair and car seat to keep your child safe.

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