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Most popular 0% purchases credit cards revealed

Most popular 0% purchases credit cards revealed

Which? explains how to make the most of 0% purchase credit cards - and reveals the most applied-for of these credit cards among Which? Money Compare users. 

Most cat and dog owners go without pet insurance

Most cat and dog owners go without pet insurance

The majority of cat and dog owners are choosing not to invest in pet insurance, leaving themselves at risk of landing a huge veterinary bill.

How to save money on TV/Broadband

How to save money on TV/Broadband

We asked thousands of Which? members how they cut the costs of their TV and broadband. Here's a selection of their best ideas.

One in four hope to cash in annuity

One in four hope to cash in annuity

One in four retirees are looking to take advantage of a scheme to sell their annuity for cash, according to a Which? Money survey.

HSBC launches 1.99% five year fixed-rate mortgage

HSBC launches 1.99% five year fixed-rate mortgage

Mortgage lenders have continued to slash interest rates on fixed-rate mortgage deals. Last week HSBC launched the lowest ever five year fixed-rate mortgage.

How does Barclays’ new rewards scheme compare?

How does Barclays’ new rewards scheme compare?

Which? compares the new Barclays Blue Rewards scheme to other reward-paying current accounts on the market.

Clydesdale Bank fined £20.7m for PPI failings

Clydesdale Bank fined £20.7m for PPI failings

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Clydesdale Bank more than £20m for serious failings in Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) complaint handling.

Pension freedoms: your questions answered

Pension freedoms: your questions answered

The answers to some of the pensions queries most frequently asked by callers to the Which? Money Helpline. 

What’s happening to cash back credit cards?

What’s happening to cash back credit cards?

Which? investigates why Capital One has withdrawn its range of cash back credit cards from the market, and suggests what the future could hold for reward cards

New pension rules prove taxing

New pension rules prove taxing

With the new pension freedoms in full effect, Which? reveals the majority of those approaching retirement don’t currently understand the relevant tax rules.

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