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Inflation plummets to 0.5%: discover the best savings accounts as rates decline

Inflation plummets to 0.5%: discover the best savings accounts as rates decline

Find out what the latest CPI inflation rate means for your savings, and which Isas and saving accounts offer the best interest rates on the market.

FCA bans dodgy ‘passporting’ investment firms using fake celebrity ads

FCA bans dodgy ‘passporting’ investment firms using fake celebrity ads

The FCA has taken action to stop four Cypriot investment firms from continuing to operate in the UK. Have you lost money to the high-risk investment schemes?

Woodford fund one year on: when will investors get their final payout?

Woodford fund one year on: when will investors get their final payout?

One year on from the Woodford scandal, Which? looks at what's happened so far, and what investors can expect to happen with the remainder of their trapped funds.

Pension contributions for furloughed staff to change from August – what it means for your savings

Pension contributions for furloughed staff to change from August – what it means for your savings

Employers will be required to resume payments of minimum workplace pension contributions to furloughed workers from August. Which? explains what this means for your savings.

Married women owed £100m in state pensions: have you been short-changed?

Married women owed £100m in state pensions: have you been short-changed?

Older married women may be owed a share of £100m in underpaid state pension contributions. Find out if you've received less than you should.

Will the state pension triple lock be scrapped to help pay for the government’s coronavirus spending?

Will the state pension triple lock be scrapped to help pay for the government’s coronavirus spending?

The government is being urged to scrap the state pension triple lock system to plug its coronavirus deficit. Is the guarantee under threat?

Nearly £20bn of pensions unclaimed in the UK: can you trace your lost pots?

Nearly £20bn of pensions unclaimed in the UK: can you trace your lost pots?

The equivalent of £13,000 per pot is yet to be claimed. Which? explains how to find out if you're missing any of your pensions and how you can get them back.

Banking during lockdown: cash deliveries, dedicated telephone numbers and more

Banking during lockdown: cash deliveries, dedicated telephone numbers and more

Which? explains the new Post Office cash delivery scheme plus what measures banks have put in place for those who can't use digital banking.

HMRC overcharges £600m in pensions tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC overcharges £600m in pensions tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC has overcharged over £600m in pensions tax since the freedoms were introduced. Are you owed a refund?

Investment platform account openings surge despite coronavirus uncertainty: is now a good time to invest?

Investment platform account openings surge despite coronavirus uncertainty: is now a good time to invest?

UK platform providers have reported a spike in account openings since the coronavirus outbreak triggered a market sell-off. But is now a good time to invest?

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