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Insurance tax goes up again

The standard rate of insurance premium tax (IPT) will go up for the second time in less than a year tomorrow (1 October 2016).

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Car insurance premiums up by 13%

Car insurance costs have risen by more than 13% over the last year, according to new research. 

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Car insurance premiums tipped to continue rising

Motorists are unlikely to benefit from cheaper car insurance for at least a year, despite government action on whiplash claims, it has been suggested.

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Most complained-about insurance companies revealed

UK Insurance (UKI) had the most complaints against it for general insurance in the first half of 2016, according to the latest data from the FOS.

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Insurers in breach of equality law, says Which?

Being born overseas can add as much as £227 to your car insurance premium, according to Which? research.

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Car insurance claims can hit blameless drivers hard

Your car insurance premium could rise by more than a third following a claim, even if you weren't to blame, according to new Which? research. 

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Long holidays could void home insurance claims

Which? has discovered some big-brand home insurance policies which only cover you for 30 days away, so watch out if you're taking a long holiday.

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Insurance: how ‘collateral lies’ ruling affects you

Lying on an insurance claim may not necessarily invalidate it, following a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court.

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Car insurance firms blame fraud for rise in premiums

Fraudulent personal injury claims have been cited as a key factor behind the rising cost of car insurance.

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Why budget travel insurance can be a false economy

Many budget travel insurance policies will fail to cover the average holidaymaker if they need to make a claim, according to new Which? research.

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