Millions of UK workers could lose their jobs as the furlough scheme comes to an end. Which? explains your rights if you're at risk of redundancy.
Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers will be able to set their own contactless card limits from next month when the higher £100 cap kicks in.
The government may find it hard to pay the estates of those who have died before they could get a state pension refund, according to the National Audit Office.
Over 1,000 banking customers have complained about their accounts being blocked, suspended or frozen for no reason. What are your rights if it happens to you?
Find out why CPI inflation rose to 3.2% in August 2021, and if any top high-interest savings accounts can beat it.
Santander, HSBC, Lloyds and RBS have launched switching offers worth up to £150. Which? explains what you should consider before making a move.
Which? is urging businesses to join our Cash Friendly Pledge as one in five people have been unable to pay with notes and coins since lockdown eased.
The government plans to increase dividend tax by 1.25 percentage points which means investors will have to pay more on the money they get from owning company shares.
‘Triple lock’ pension guarantee to be temporarily suspended: how much state pension will you get in 2022?
The annual boost to the state pension will be temporarily watered down to avoid a costly surge in payments for retirees in the aftermath of the pandemic.
The limit on contactless card payments will rise to £100 in October, and there are concerns that the higher cap could lead to a rise in fraud.