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Should you take your travel insurance from your bank account?

Should you take your travel insurance from your bank account?

Holiday season is almost upon us and beyond the sunscreen, passport and engrossing beach book, there’s one travel essential you shouldn’t leave behind – insurance. And new Which? research has...

Revealed: the high cost of leaving your investment broker

Revealed: the high cost of leaving your investment broker

If you want to switch your investments to a different stocks and shares Isa or pension provider, you could be whacked with exit fees as high as £750, new Which?...

General election manifestos: what they mean for your finances

General election manifestos: what they mean for your finances

UPDATED 30 MAY: This story has now been updated to include the manifesto of the Scottish National Party (SNP) Almost all of the major political parties have set out their...

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Revolut Turbo: is this the cheapest way to transfer money abroad?

Revolut Turbo: is this the cheapest way to transfer money abroad?

The market for sending money overseas has become hotly competitive with digital only companies such as TransferWise cutting the cost of sending money abroad. And now app-based banking alternative Revolut...

Ask an expert: ‘Why is my late mother’s bank asking for probate when her estate was so small?’

Ask an expert: ‘Why is my late mother’s bank asking for probate when her estate was so small?’

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. I’m trying to sort out my...

Inflation leaps to 2.7% – and no savings accounts can beat it

Inflation leaps to 2.7% – and no savings accounts can beat it

Inflation has climbed to its highest level since July 2013, spelling more bad news for savers as analysis reveals not a single savings account paying a rate big enough to...

Consumers still exposed to bank transfer scams

Consumers still exposed to bank transfer scams

Banks are still leaving customers exposed when it comes to bank transfer scams, five months after the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) found evidence that they could be doing more, new...

Ask an expert: ‘Can my mum claim state pension credits for looking after my kids?’

Ask an expert: ‘Can my mum claim state pension credits for looking after my kids?’

Every week, Which?’s money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q. My mother is 59 and helps...

Mapped: are you living in an ID fraud hotspot?

Mapped: are you living in an ID fraud hotspot?

Fraud involving criminals taking hold of your bank account, credit card or email account and using them to steal your money has soared over the past year, fraud prevention body...

General election and tax: what we know so far

General election and tax: what we know so far

With just a month to go until 8 June’s general election, Britain’s political parties are steadily setting out their plans for how they will raise revenue and spend should they take...

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