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Pensioners are £6,200 short of a comfortable retirement income

Pensioners are £6,200 short of a comfortable retirement income

British pensioners have a retirement income almost 30% lower than what they feel they need to be comfortable in later life, new research has found.

New opportunities for green investment emerge

New opportunities for green investment emerge

Two new investments have launched this week aimed at tackling climate change as well as making you a profit.

Which? disappointed with IMA sector review

Which? disappointed with IMA sector review

The IMA has overhauled its managed sectors to remove misleading labelling from the way it groups investment funds, but Which? is disappointed with proposals.

Third party can cost more than comprehensive

Third party can cost more than comprehensive

Basic third party, fire and theft car insurance policies can be more expensive, or only marginally cheaper, than fully comprehensive cover.

Bank of Scotland fined £3.5m for poor complaints handling

Bank of Scotland fined £3.5m for poor complaints handling

Bank of Scotland has been slapped with a £3.5m fine for the mishandling of complaints about its sale of its investment products.

Equitable life members to finally start receiving compensation

Equitable life members to finally start receiving compensation

Victims of the Equitable Life scandal will begin to receive compensation in the next month, the Treasury has announced

60 second guide to tracker funds

60 second guide to tracker funds

With investors placing a record amount into low cost tracker funds over the past three months, Which? gives you the lowdown on passive investments

5 top tips for your stocks and shares Isa

With increasing numbers of people turned to investment in the past month, we give you the top tips for your stocks and shares Isa.

Banks drop PPI appeal

Banks drop PPI appeal

The UK’s banking industry has dropped its plans to appeal a ruling that was forcing it to repay consumers who were missold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).

Isas aren’t working, says new research

Isas aren’t working, says new research

Isas have failed to close to the UK’s huge savings gap and should be scrapped, says a political think tank.

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