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The real cost of current accounts

The real cost of current accounts

A new Which? investigation reveals how much consumers could be out of pocket by having the wrong current account.

Which? research reveals flurry of Isa rate cuts

Which? research reveals flurry of Isa rate cuts

Which? analysis suggests that interest rate cuts are undermining some of the benefit of the increased £15,000 Isa allowance.

Airline credit cards – how much do I need to spend?

Airline credit cards – how much do I need to spend?

Which? evaluates the airline credit cards market, exploring how often the rewards outweigh the fees

Competition inquiry threat for banks

Competition inquiry threat for banks

Watchdog recommends full inquiry unless banks improve competition in current account market

Insurance comparison sites break industry rules

Insurance comparison sites break industry rules

Price comparison websites have been condemned for providing "unclear" information to consumers, in a new investigation.

Can any UK savings account beat inflation?

Can any UK savings account beat inflation?

UK inflation rose sharply in June, but low savings rates mean that you'll still struggle to beat it. Which? explores whether any account can help you to do so.

Could a ‘Family Mortgage’ be right for you?

Could a ‘Family Mortgage’ be right for you?

Which? evaluates the 'Family Mortgage' offered by the Family Building Society, which encourages parents to help their children onto the housing ladder.

FCA study reveals savers pay the price for loyalty

FCA study reveals savers pay the price for loyalty

FCA cash savings study finds switchers better off and banks failing to help savers get the best deals

Consumers buoyed by Isa reforms

Consumers buoyed by Isa reforms

A large proportion of consumers are ready to take advantage of the Isa reforms which come into effect today, according to Which? research. 

University value for money questioned by students

University value for money questioned by students

Nearly half of first- and second-year students don't think their university degree is worth the money, new Which? research reveals.

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