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The best cash Isas for the new 2021-22 tax year

The best cash Isas for the new 2021-22 tax year

We reveal where to find the top cash Isa rates for the new tax year, as well as how to transfer your existing Isa savings, and stick to the Isa rules.

New tax year: you could earn up to £43,630 tax-free in 2021-22

New tax year: you could earn up to £43,630 tax-free in 2021-22

Find out all of the latest tax allowances for the 2021-22 tax year, so you don't end up paying more tax than you need to.

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How to pay off ‘buy now, pay later’ debts with Klarna, Clearpay and Laybuy

How to pay off ‘buy now, pay later’ debts with Klarna, Clearpay and Laybuy

Some borrowers are turning to credit cards to pay off BNPL debts. Which? explains the risks and sets out ways to keep up with paying off mounting BNPL bills.

New Help to Buy scheme launches: here’s what first-time buyers need to know

New Help to Buy scheme launches: here’s what first-time buyers need to know

Which? explains how the new version of the Help to Buy equity loan scheme could help first-time buyers on to the property ladder.

Premium bond winners in April 2021: where are the luckiest places in the UK?

Premium bond winners in April 2021: where are the luckiest places in the UK?

Find out which lucky winners won NS&I's £1million prizes in April, plus where the luckiest places are in the UK for premium bond jackpots.

Covid-19 payment holiday applications close: how to get help with your finances

Covid-19 payment holiday applications close: how to get help with your finances

Which? explains the support on offer to people struggling with their finances, as the deadline for payment holidays on mortgages, credit cards and loans passes.

Five pension tax mistakes to avoid this tax year

Five pension tax mistakes to avoid this tax year

With a new tax year starting on 6 April, Which? offers advice on how to avoid common pension tax pitfalls that could impact your retirement savings.

The stocks and shares Isa where going for a walk could reduce your fees – is it any good?

The stocks and shares Isa where going for a walk could reduce your fees – is it any good?

Find out about Vitality's investment Isa, which discounts fees depending on how active you are, along with other ways of reducing stocks and shares Isa charges.

Five car insurance potholes that could leave you with a hefty bill

Five car insurance potholes that could leave you with a hefty bill

Which? reveals common car insurance exclusions for incidents you'd think would be covered, from misfuelling to lost keys

19 tax, benefit, bill and scheme changes that will impact your finances in April

19 tax, benefit, bill and scheme changes that will impact your finances in April

The beginning of April and the new tax year mean will bring changes to household bills, taxes, benefits and some government schemes. Will you be worse off?

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