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Buy-to-let mortgage boost for older borrowers

Santander is among a number of big name lenders increasing mortgage options for people looking to borrow into retirement.

TSB will refund ALL scam victims – even if they gave details to fraudsters

TSB has vowed to pay back customers who have lost money to scams - even if they've sent a payment to a fraudster or handed over banking details.

5 major changes to self-employed tax coming in the 2019-20 tax year

Find out about the tax changes hitting the self-employed in the 2019-20 tax year.

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Bank transfer scam victims to get refunds from May 2019

Victims of bank transfer scams, who've lost almost £400m over the past two years, will get refunded by their bank under a new reimbursement scheme agreed by banks

Lloyds Bank launches 100% mortgage: how does it work?

First-time buyers can borrow up to 100% of a property's value, provided their family can put down some money as security, on this new mortgage deal.

Can you get a mortgage with bad credit in 2019?

If you've had a CCJ, an IVA or even gone bankrupt, you could still get a mortgage. Which? shows just how much choice there is in the bad credit mortgage market.

Revealed: the UK’s most expensive streets for house prices

Which streets across the UK have the most million-pound home? Explore the millionaire's row of every region around England, Scotland and Wales.

Inheritance tax hits record high

Revealed: 11,000 people file their tax returns at Christmas

New figures from HMRC reveals how many people filed their tax return on Christmas day, and Which? helps you speed up the self-assessment process.

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Extortionate overdraft fees to be banned as regulator clamps down on bank borrowing

New proposals will ban banks from charging fixed fees to borrow from an overdraft, which cost consumers £2.4bn last year.

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Boost for first-time buyers as 95% mortgage rates hit record low

Which? explains how rates on 95% mortgages have hit the lowest levels since records began in 1995, and offers advice on alternatives to 95% deals.

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