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Is now a good time to move house?

Is now a good time to move house?

With house prices on the rise, Which? explains whether now is a good time to buy or sell, including advice on the property market, mortgages and deposits.

Car insurance: don’t let this temporary coronavirus rule change catch you out

Car insurance: don’t let this temporary coronavirus rule change catch you out

Drivers should think twice before driving to work after Bank Holiday Monday next week, as a change to the temporary coronavirus rules could leave them uninsured.

Vanguard launches financial advice service with 0.79% fee: is it worth it?

Vanguard launches financial advice service with 0.79% fee: is it worth it?

Vanguard has launched a financial advice service in the UK, with a 0.79% all-in charge, and a £50,000 minimum investment requirement. How does it compare?

Banks routinely blame victims of fraud

Banks routinely blame victims of fraud

Banks tell the vast majority of fraud victims they are to blame, warns Which?, with investment scam victims the most likely to be told they won't be reimbursed.

Barclaycard reduces credit card spending limits – your rights if you’ve been affected

Barclaycard reduces credit card spending limits – your rights if you’ve been affected

Barclaycard is slashing customers' credit card spending limits - some by over 90%. We explain your rights and how to protect your credit score.

Seven ways to keep your lockdown savings habit going

Seven ways to keep your lockdown savings habit going

Lockdown has helped some savers put away £100bn last year. Which? suggests some tips on how to keep saving regularly as life gets back to normal across the UK.

Homeowners who fail to remortgage pay thousands extra in interest every year

Homeowners who fail to remortgage pay thousands extra in interest every year

Which? explains why it's important to switch mortgage deal at the end of your fixed-term, including the cost of failing to switch and the current best rates.

Can cashback without a purchase solve the access to cash crisis?

Can cashback without a purchase solve the access to cash crisis?

Corner shops, cafes and pubs will soon be allowed to give you cashback without you having to make a purchase, but Which? is warning more needs to be done to protect cash access.

Women’s lower credit scores mean they pay nearly £17,000 more to borrow

Women’s lower credit scores mean they pay nearly £17,000 more to borrow

Women have a lower average credit score than men, which could mean they are paying more to borrow. Which? offers advice on how to beat the gender credit score gap.

Government to pay £120m to London Capital & Finance investors: are you eligible?

Government to pay £120m to London Capital & Finance investors: are you eligible?

The Treasury is to pay out £120m to LCF bondholders who have struggled to get their money back since the firm collapsed in 2019. Are you eligible to claim?

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