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Coronavirus: how to protect your pensions and investments

Coronavirus: how to protect your pensions and investments

The FTSE 100 has fallen sharply since mid-February 2020. Which? looks at what this means for your investments and pensions.

Wealth 8 launches stocks and shares Isa to bridge ethnicity wealth gap: how does it compare?

Wealth 8 launches stocks and shares Isa to bridge ethnicity wealth gap: how does it compare?

Digital investment platform Wealth 8 has launched a stocks and shares Isa, primarily aimed at the black, Asian and minority ethnic community. Which? looks at what the platform offers, and how it compares to other providers.

Child benefit mistake could cost parents £260 a year in state pension – how to fix the issue

Child benefit mistake could cost parents £260 a year in state pension – how to fix the issue

200,000 couples have got the 'wrong' partner claiming child benefit which could risk their future state pension income. Which? explains how to fix the mistake and transfer National Insurance credits.

How to pay off ‘buy now, pay later’ debts with Klarna, Clearpay and Laybuy

How to pay off ‘buy now, pay later’ debts with Klarna, Clearpay and Laybuy

Some borrowers are turning to credit cards to pay off BNPL debts. Which? explains the risks and sets out ways to keep up with paying off mounting BNPL bills.

Five pension tax mistakes to avoid this tax year

Five pension tax mistakes to avoid this tax year

With a new tax year starting on 6 April, Which? offers advice on how to avoid common pension tax pitfalls that could impact your retirement savings.

19 tax, benefit, bill and scheme changes that will impact your finances in April

19 tax, benefit, bill and scheme changes that will impact your finances in April

The beginning of April and the new tax year mean will bring changes to household bills, taxes, benefits and some government schemes. Will you be worse off?

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Women owed £3bn in underpaid state pension: are you eligible to claim?

Women owed £3bn in underpaid state pension: are you eligible to claim?

Tens of thousands of women underpaid their state pension will receive payments totaling around £3bn from the DWP over the next six years. Are you owed money?

25% lifetime Isa penalty to be restored in April: is it still worth getting one?

25% lifetime Isa penalty to be restored in April: is it still worth getting one?

Lifetime Isa savers wanting to withdraw their funds early will once again have to pay a 25% penalty from April. Should you still consider one?

TSB launches cashback reward current account: should you consider it?

TSB launches cashback reward current account: should you consider it?

TSB has launched a new cashback-paying current account which offers a £5 reward each month for making 30 debit card payments.  Should you consider it?

M&S Bank to close all current accounts: what does this mean for its customers?

M&S Bank to close all current accounts: what does this mean for its customers?

M&S Bank is shutting down all its current accounts and linked monthly savings accounts in August. Which? explains your options if you're affected.

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