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Pet insurance pay-outs hit record high: could you afford your pet’s vet bills?

As the cost of veterinary care climbs, pet owners are making ever larger claims on their insurers. Which? explains how to find the best pet insurance policy.

New interest-only mortgage offers equity release – but is it a good deal?

NatWest has launched a fully flexible interest-only mortgage, which allows free withdrawals and overpayments - so what's the catch?

How much could you save by remortgaging this month? The best rates revealed

Which? reveals the best remortgage deals available to people coming to the end of their mortgage's introductory period and wanting to avoid paying an SVR.

Do you live in an area with the worst credit scores?

Credit card borrowing exceeds £70bn but many Brits put their credit scores at risk. Find out common mistakes to avoid and how to boost your creditworthiness.

Parks premium: how does green space affect London house prices?

Londoners are paying £245 on average for every square metre of public green space near their house. Find out how it breaks down for each borough.

HMRC overcharges more than £400m in pension tax: are you affected?

HMRC has overcharged savers £402m in pension tax since 2015. Find out if you've been affected and how to claim your retirement income back from the taxman.

Revealed: the rare 50p coins that might be hiding in your change

A 50p design featuring the Royal Shield of Arms, which was released two years ago, is currently the second rarest coin in circulation. So, how valuable is it?

Are the best savings accounts offered by banks you’ve never heard of?

Big high street bank savings accounts are beaten by new challenger banks every time - find out where to find the best savings rates.

New guarantor mortgage deal launched: can your family’s savings help you buy?

Saffron Building Society has become the latest mortgage lender to allow first-time buyers to use savings from a family member as security when buying a home. 

The Monzo effect: how traditional banks are challenging the challengers

With Natwest trialing a personal finance app called Mimo, and other big banks upgrading their apps, is the high street taking on its challengers?

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