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Interest-only ‘mortgage prisoners’ could be freed under new proposals

Interest-only ‘mortgage prisoners’ could be freed under new proposals

The FCA has announced proposals to help homeowners trapped on old, expensive mortgage deals. Will these changes help you get a better deal?

11 price rises hitting your wallet in April 2019

11 price rises hitting your wallet in April 2019

As the 2019-20 tax year rolls around, these are the price hikes you need to watch out for, and a few things you can do to cut your costs.

‘Left in the lurch by Saga’ – what happens when a lender scraps your credit card?

‘Left in the lurch by Saga’ – what happens when a lender scraps your credit card?

Saga Platinum credit card customers have just two weeks left to pay their balance. What should you do if your credit card closes?

The AA withdraws from mortgage market

The AA withdraws from mortgage market

The AA is no longer offering mortgages to new customers. Which? explains what this means for existing mortgage holders and those halfway through an application.

Pet insurance versus car insurance: which policy will cost you more?

Pet insurance versus car insurance: which policy will cost you more?

Insuring your pet could be more costly than insuring your vehicle, according to figures from the AA. Here's how to find good-value pet cover.

Landlords: what do tenants want from your buy-to-let property?

Landlords: what do tenants want from your buy-to-let property?

With rental income shrinking for the first time in a decade, landlords need to consider what their tenants truly value in a property. Rental income fell by £1.9bn from 2017...

Could the best savings rates be hidden by odd fixed-rate terms?

Could the best savings rates be hidden by odd fixed-rate terms?

Leeds Building Society has launched a 19-month fixed rate cash Isa with a 1.75% AER, but you may not see it in the usual rates tables. Comparison sites often focus on...

Starling launches euro currency account: could it save your cash from Brexit?

Starling launches euro currency account: could it save your cash from Brexit?

Mobile-only Starling Bank has launched a new account that allows customers to store, send and spend euros with no fees. With the pound fluctuating ahead of a potential no-deal Brexit,...

N26 launches premium Black account: is it the best card to use abroad?

N26 launches premium Black account: is it the best card to use abroad?

Mobile bank N26 has launched N26 Black, a subscription-based account focused on foreign currency purchases and withdrawals. Is it worth the monthly cost?

‘Cursed by my mother-in-law’: HMRC reveals the worst excuses for late tax returns

‘Cursed by my mother-in-law’: HMRC reveals the worst excuses for late tax returns

If you file your tax return late, you need a reasonable excuse to avoid a fine. Which? explores some of the strangest excuses HMRC received in 2017.

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