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Branson ‘proud’ to endorse high-charging fund

Branson ‘proud’ to endorse high-charging fund

Sir Richard Branson has told Which? he is 'proud' to endorse a Virgin investment fund that charges 10 times the cheapest rate to track the UK stock market.

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Tracker mortgages fall to five-year low

Tracker mortgages fall to five-year low

Banks have scrapped 152 tracker deals since April

How to get the best credit card deals

How to get the best credit card deals

Which? explores the main factors considered during a credit card application and how to improve your chances of landing the best deals. 

Tesco credit card leads the way for balance transfers

Tesco credit card leads the way for balance transfers

Which? reviews the Tesco Clubcard Credit Card - a new Tesco credit card offering the longest fee-free balance transfer deal on the market

5 unusual tips for buying and selling on eBay

5 unusual tips for buying and selling on eBay

Which? offers five unusual tips to help you get a great deal on an eBay auction.   

The car insurance postcode lottery

The car insurance postcode lottery

Your postcode can quardruple your premium, AA figures show

Which are the best savings accounts to beat inflation?

Which are the best savings accounts to beat inflation?

UK inflation fell more than expected in the year to July, making it easier for consumers to find a savings account which negates its effects.

Loyalty to key service providers could cost you over £550 a year

Loyalty to key service providers could cost you over £550 a year

Which? research has found that consumers could be overpaying by hundreds of pounds by remaining loyal to the same company for key services.

Credit cards: 5 traps to avoid

Credit cards: 5 traps to avoid

Which? explains how to avoid five of the most common credit card traps that can lead to hefty bills for customers

Millions of Brits could afford to save more

Millions of Brits could afford to save more

A new Which? report reveals the three main habits of successful savers and the key reasons why they are motivated to store their funds away.

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