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Terms and conditions longer than Animal Farm

Terms and conditions longer than Animal Farm

Which? research reveals insurance policies are still far too long and difficult to understand, with many over 50 pages long.

Average instant access Isa rate falls to 1%

Average instant access Isa rate falls to 1%

Which? explores alternative saving options to see whether instant access Isas are still a good place for your money.

What’s the best home for your savings?

What’s the best home for your savings?

Which? Money' looks at the best cash Isas, savings accounts and interest-paying current accounts to help you to find the best place for your money.

Pensioner Bonds go on sale

Pensioner Bonds go on sale

NS&I's 'Pensioner Bonds' went on sale this morning, offering marketing-leading rates.  

Can any UK savings account beat inflation?

Can any UK savings account beat inflation?

UK inflation rose sharply in June, but low savings rates mean that you'll still struggle to beat it. Which? explores whether any account can help you to do so.

Should you lock-up your savings for seven years?

Should you lock-up your savings for seven years?

Which? compares the interest earned in market leading long term fixed rate accounts

One step closer to quicker bank account switching

One step closer to quicker bank account switching

The Payments Council has set out the details of the new current account switching service, which is due to launch in September 2013.

Saving providers letting customers down

Saving providers letting customers down

A quarter of savings account complaints are not dealt with satisfactorily by banks, according to a new Which? investigation into banking problems.

The Post Office launches first bank accounts

The Post Office launches first bank accounts

The Post Office has entered into the current account market for the first time but two out its three accounts will charge a monthly fee.

Fewer banks paying interest on credit balances

Fewer banks paying interest on credit balances

The number of bank accounts paying interest on credit balances has fallen by three quarters in the past five years.

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