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Ehic: which countries will extend healthcare scheme in a no-deal Brexit?

Only three EU countries have agreed to extend the Ehic in case of a no-deal Brexit. Find out how Brexit will affect your European healthcare.

Who’s really calling you? An investigation into the worrying rise of ‘number spoofing’

Scammers have found a way to make it look like your bank is calling you, when a fraudster is at the end of the line. Find out how to protect yourself

What will Brexit mean for interest rates?

As Brexit looms ahead, the Bank of England faces pressure to cut the base rate. So how could Brexit affect your mortgage and savings interest rates?

Warm Home Discount: could you save £140 on your winter energy bill?

More energy firms have to offer the Warm Home Discount in 2019-20 but as many as 1.4 million pensioners could miss out on the £140 saving.

Four ways to boost your pension if you’re self-employed

Find out four simple ways to make sure you save enough into your pension for retirement if you're self-employed.

Child benefit shake-up proposed: could parents regain lost National Insurance credits?

A new report urges the government to simplify child benefit and repay National Insurance contributions parents have lost due to not signing up

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Women caring for children £45,000 worse off in pension savings

Caring for children could leave you significantly worse off at retirement. Find out how to bridge the parental pensions pay gap.

Remortgaging before Brexit: how to get the cheapest deal as the rate war hots up

Which? analyses how mortgage rates have dropped since the 2016 EU referendum and offers advice on getting the best deal before Brexit.

PPI refunds could be delayed until summer 2020

It could take up to a year for some PPI claims to be resolved, despite the regulated eight week deadline, Which? has found. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the UK...

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State pension to rise by up to £343 a year in 2020

Millions of pensioners are set for a bumper pay rise from 6 April 2020, after September’s inflation figures were revealed. Find out how much you will get.

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