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Can UK savings accounts beat inflation?

Despite the slight fall in the inflation rate in December 2013, savers are still struggling to get any meaningful returns on their cash.

Which? calls on payday lenders to cut high fees

Following a new Which? investigation, we believe that payday lenders are acting unlawfully by charging excessive default fees.

Homeserve faces £34m mis-selling penalty

Homeserve is set to be fined £34.5 million for mis-selling and poor complaints handling. 

Most holidaymakers use savings to pay for trips

Almost two thirds of UK holidaymakers will pay for their holiday using their savings, according to a new survey.

Online database could lower car insurance costs

Motorists’ insurance premiums have been tipped to fall once the government puts driving licence records online.

Savings deals of the week, 09 January 2014

Which? Money takes its weekly look at the best savings deals to help you put your cash in the right account

Floods: top tips to claiming on your insurance

If your home has been flood damaged, let Which? help you to make a claim on your insurance.

State pension increase to be guaranteed

The Prime Minister has said that the basic state pension will continue to rise by at least 2.5% a year if the Conservatives get re-elected.

Millions of Brits fear losing their home

Millions of Brits fear they could lose their home as a result of rent or mortgage arrears, according to a new poll.

Online shopping figures bring Christmas cheer

Consumers were keener than ever to shop online during this season's post-Christmas sales period, according to new figures. 

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