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Switching bonuses rise to £125: should you get a new current account?

Switching bonuses rise to £125: should you get a new current account?

Lloyds and HSBC are the latest banks to introduce a current account switching bonus - find out if you're eligible, and what other switching offers are around.

Coronavirus: what it means for mortgages, credit cards, loans and savings

Coronavirus: what it means for mortgages, credit cards, loans and savings

Which? explains the coronavirus help available for savers as well as renters, landlords, homeowners, borrowers and benefits claimants.

Coronavirus: how to protect your pensions and investments amid stock market panic

Coronavirus: how to protect your pensions and investments amid stock market panic

The FTSE 100 has fallen sharply since mid-February. Which? looks at what this means for your investments and pensions.

Seven ways to cut the cost of your car insurance renewal

Seven ways to cut the cost of your car insurance renewal

As we enter car insurance renewal season, Which? explains how to get the best deal on your insurance policy, and provides the latest COVID-19 insurance advice.

What will the Brexit trade deal and coronavirus mean for interest rates?

What will the Brexit trade deal and coronavirus mean for interest rates?

The Bank of England has held interest rates at 0.1% amid uncertainty over a Brexit deal and the UK’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Women challenging state pension age rise defeated in Court of Appeal

Women challenging state pension age rise defeated in Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has rejected a case by women claiming they faced discrimination when their state pension age was increased. Which? looks at why the High Court came to its decision.

Inflation plummets to 0.2% in August 2020: is this good news for your savings?

Inflation plummets to 0.2% in August 2020: is this good news for your savings?

Find out why CPI inflation changed in August 2020, plus where you can find the best savings and cash Isa rates that can beat it.

The loan charge deadline is two weeks away: here’s what you need to do by 30 September

The loan charge deadline is two weeks away: here’s what you need to do by 30 September

Anyone subject to the disguised remuneration loan charge that hasn't yet filed a tax return or sorted a payment agreement with HMRC has until 30 September.

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Revealed: England’s inheritance tax property hotspots

Revealed: England’s inheritance tax property hotspots

Exclusive new research from Which? reveals the parts of England and Wales in which owning a property will land you with an inheritance tax bill.

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Coronavirus: how to apply for a mortgage payment holiday

Coronavirus: how to apply for a mortgage payment holiday

Which? explains how to apply for a three-month mortgage payment holiday, and what additional support will be available after the payment deferral ends.

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