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Financial advisors offer free consultations

Financial advisors offer free consultations

Consumers can set up free one-to-one sessions with professional financial planners this week, in recognition of Financial Planning Week. 

Motorists stung twice on monthly car insurance bill

Motorists stung twice on monthly car insurance bill

Admiral customers paying monthly car insurance premiums could be hit with a £145 double charge, Which? research finds

Investment brokers fail to get the basics right

Investment brokers fail to get the basics right

Some of the UK's biggest investment brokers are failing to provide full and accurate information about the products and services they sell, according to Which?.

The best reward and cashback credit cards revealed

The best reward and cashback credit cards revealed

Reward and cashback credit cards give you something back each time you spend on them. Which? rounds up the best deals currently available.

Countdown to the new state pension

Countdown to the new state pension

The Department for Work and Pensions has today launched a new campaign to make people aware of the changes happening to the state pension in April 2016.

Should I transfer funds from a final salary pension?

Should I transfer funds from a final salary pension?

Our new Which? Common Money Problems Solved series explores the pros and cons of transferring funds from DB to DC pensions.

‘Big four’ banks to face competition investigation

‘Big four’ banks to face competition investigation

Competition and Markets Authority to launch investigation into current account competition among 'Big Four'

Mortgage borrowers struggle to find cheapest deal

Mortgage borrowers struggle to find cheapest deal

Mortgage fees are too confusing, Which? research has found. Homeowners could be paying well over the odds because it's hard to find the best mortgage deal.

Scottish banknotes cause consumers difficulties

Scottish banknotes cause consumers difficulties

More than half of Which? members who have tried to spend Scottish or Northern Irish banknotes in England or Wales have experienced difficulties

Consumer uncertainty over pensions revealed

Consumer uncertainty over pensions revealed

As pension reforms pass through Parliament, Which? reveals how people are currently feeling about their retirement income and calls for urgent action from Government to protect people’s money.

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