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Banks denying refunds to scam victims who ignore new warnings

If you’ve been tricked into sending money to a criminal, you now stand a much better chance of getting your money back. But Which? Money has found that the way...

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Microsoft has pulled support for Windows 7, meaning users will no longer receive crucial safety updates. Find out what you can do to bank safely.

7 mistakes to avoid on your first tax return

Preparing your tax return? Here's our top tips on how to avoid overpaying your tax, explain which documents you'll need and the allowances you could claim.

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Can shopping with Klarna, Clearpay or Laybuy hurt your credit score?

New research claims 'buy now, pay later' schemes such as Klarna and Clearpay can affect shoppers' credit ratings - but is this really true? Which? investigates.

Almost a third of self-assessment taxpayers could be getting expenses wrong

Exclusive Which? research has found more than three in 10 people don't know which expenses can be claimed on their self-assessment tax return.

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Child trust fund savers turning 18 to get Isa tax boost

Find out how the government's upcoming changes to maintain the tax-free status of matured child trust funds can benefit young savers.

Six things you should check before buying a leasehold property

Which? explains the major pitfalls facing people considering buying a leasehold home, including costly extensions, high service charges and permission fees.

Should you use an online estate agent to sell your home?

Which? explains the pros and cons of choosing an online estate agent, including advice on market share, fees and quality of service.

Government to change loan charge rules: what does this mean for your tax return?

Find out what the government's planned changes to charges regarding disguised renumeration schemes could mean for you, and how your tax return could be affected.

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Budget 2020: date, predictions and rumours

The 2020 budget date has been confirmed for Wednesday 11 March. But what will the chancellor Sajid Javid announce, and how will it affect your finances?

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