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Final Beatrix Potter 50p coin released: how valuable is it?

The final commemorative coin in the popular 2017 Beatrix Potter series has been made available for sale by the Royal Mint. The 50p coin, depicting Benjamin Bunny, is available to...

Car insurance skyrockets for young motorists

Drivers under the age of 25 are facing spiralling costs, as car insurance premiums surged over the past year, according to new statistics.  Figures published by comparethemarket.com suggest that 17...

Ask an expert: ‘I have a 0% interest credit card – why am I being charged interest?’

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 opened a Sainsbury’s credit card account...

Inflation set to hit pensioners especially hard

Retirees will be particularly hard by soaring inflation in coming years, new research from Which? Money has revealed. We’ve looked beyond the headline rates of inflation to identify the particular...

Find how this man fell victim to ID fraud an incredible 29 times

A former company director has warned of the dangers of identity fraud, after scammers applied for 29 financial products in his name. The East Midlands man first realised he’d fallen...

Inflation stays at 2.6% – should you fix your savings for seven years?

A new savings account offered by PCF Bank is offering 2.6% AER – but it comes with a staggering seven-year fixed-rate term.  The rate, paid on balances from £1,000 to...

Does American Express offer the best cashback credit cards?

As an advert for the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card is pulled for being potentially misleading, Which? explores whether it’s actually worth snapping up. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) recently...

Touch and go: one in three payments now made on contactless cards

Credit and debit card spending jumping to an all-time monthly high in June, according to new statistics.

These five simple tips can save you an extra £1,300 a year

Which? lists five money-saving tips that can save you more than £1,300 a year on average. We've crunched the numbers to reveal how much you can actually expect to save for each of them.

Ask an expert: ‘My building society was hacked – what should I do?’

We respond to a Which? member who was a victim of a large-scale data breach.

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