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Car insurance: is it always worth claiming?

Which? has revealed the impact that car insurance claims could have on your future premiums.    In an investigation for November’s edition of Which? Money, we compared the impact on...

Non-NS&I ‘Pensioner Bonds’ put your capital at risk

Elderly people are being encouraged to put their money into a non-government backed investment product by adverts suggesting ‘Pensioner Bonds Are Back’.  The Fixed Income Pensioner Bonds, launched by Basset & Gold,...

Barclays to ‘intervene’ in suspected fraud transfers

Barclays has become the first UK high street bank to introduce a new ‘fraud intervention service’ that alerts consumers if a transaction seems suspicious. From today, the new system will...

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Budget 2017: will pensioners fund tax cuts for young adults?

Tax cuts for younger voters could be on the horizon in the upcoming Budget. It’s believed the Chancellor of the Exchequer is keen to introduce measures to rouse this demographic, after...

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Pensions dashboard: what we know so far

Which? is calling on the government to set out more detailed plans for the pensions dashboard. The online tool, which will help people track how much they have saved in...

CPI inflation rockets to 3%, the highest since 2012

UK inflation has risen to a five-and-a-half year high of 3% – the highest level since April 2012. The figure, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), cannot be beaten...

Two weeks left to submit your paper tax return

The deadline for paper tax returns is 31 October 2017 – so those hoping to file their 2016-17 tax return by mail have less than two weeks to do so....

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More than 15 million people affected by Equifax data breach

Some 15.2 million UK client records were compromised in the cyber-attack on Equifax last month. The credit reporting agency revealed yesterday that more than 690,000 UK consumers are likely to have...

Retailers may keep accepting old £1 coins after Sunday deadline

Thousands of shops are set to continue taking the old design round £1 coins, even after they cease to be legal tender on Sunday. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB),...

Rare 50p coins: is this the least common of all?

The spare change in your pocket could contain one of the rarest coins in circulation, after the Royal Mint released a limited-run 50p piece commemorating Sir Isaac Newton. Just 375...

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