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These Isas pay 6% and more – but should you invest?

After years characterised by dwindling rates and worthless deals, Isa season has been given a shot in the arm with the launch of a raft of new products paying impressive...

Should you take out a seven-year fixed-rate mortgage?

Which assesses a new seven-year fixed-rate mortgage from Skipton and offers advice on whether fixing in the long-term is a good idea for homebuyers.

Which? reveals the drastic ways that first-time buyers save for a deposit

First-time buyers are making drastic lifestyle changes to save up for a property deposit, a new survey from Which? Mortgage Advisers has shown.

Ask an expert: ‘Can I avoid paying car insurance cancellation fees?’

Find out how to choose a car insurance policy without incurring charges such as cancellation fees, cooling off cancellation fees and renewal fees

One week left to spend English and Scottish paper notes

English £10 and Scottish £5 and £10 paper notes cease to be legal tender on 1 March. Find out what to do if you still have them after the deadline.

Nationwide launches 2% fixed-rate Isa

Nationwide has launched a new 2% fixed-rate Isa, but at a time when interest rates are forecast to rise is it really worth locking away your money?

Equity release gives retirees £8m per day

Which? assesses new research which shows pensioners are releasing £3bn of equity in their properties each year, as the equity release market expands.

Six Nations Rugby fans lose up to £10,000 as ticketing firm vanishes

More than 80 victims have allegedly been defrauded out of thousands of pounds each after buying hospitality tickets for the Six Nations rugby tournament from an unauthorised seller, Which? can...

Scottish income tax

Scottish Budget: two thirds of Scots to pay less income tax

A shake-up to the Scottish income tax system will see 70% of people pay less tax, though some are likely to pay more. Which? explains how much you'll pay.

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Stamp prices rising in March – and other price hikes to watch

From passport renewal fees to stamp prices: you could end up paying much more than you bargained for next month. Find out how to avoid the hikes and save.

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