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Nine steps to buying your first home in 2020

From boosting your credit score to opening a lifetime Isa, discover our tips for getting onto the property ladder in 2020.

Savers at risk from banks’ confusion on inheritance Isa rules

Spouses and civil partners are entitled to an extra Isa allowance when their partner dies. But an investigation by Which? found helpline staff at banks giving conflicting and incorrect advice....

Best mortgage lenders of 2019 revealed by Which?

Which? has combined thousands of mortgage reviews with expert analysis of lenders' deals to reveal the best mortgage lenders of 2019.

The cost of living too long: how over-50s life insurance could backfire

Leaving a cash sum to your loved ones with over-50s life insurance might sound appealing, but watch out for the risks.

Problems with retail, energy and telecoms are on the rise

Despite consumers having made almost double the number of complaints about businesses than last year, they are increasingly choosing not to raise issues directly with companies, the Ombudsman Services has...

Selling a property? The priciest estate agents are most likely to overvalue

The biggest estate agents are most likely to overvalue sellers' properties - and charge higher commission. Get advice on how to find the best agent.

Loyal customers pay up to 75% more by staying with their home insurer

Renewing your home insurance can cost significantly more. Follow our tips on how to shop around for cheaper home insurance.

Busted: the eight first-time buyer mortgage myths you shouldn’t believe

From deposits to deal periods, Which? goes on a mortgage myth-busting mission to reveal the facts behind the first-time buyer fiction.

New measures announced to stop longstanding customers being overcharged £4bn a year

Longstanding customers pay more than new customers for the same services, the CMA found, adding up to a ‘loyalty penalty’ of around £4 billion a year across broadband, cash savings, home insurance, mobile phone contracts and mortgages.

Autumn Budget 2018: new Brexit 50p coin to be released

A commemorative 50p coin will be released next year to mark Britain's exit from the European Union, as announced in today's Budget Red Book.

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