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Earn up to £318 cashback by booking your holiday

Earn up to £318 cashback by booking your holiday

Cashback sites and credit cards can help you to get a great deal on your holiday and earn you extra spending money for your trip, Which? research has found.

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Bank staff fail tests on compensation scheme

Bank staff fail tests on compensation scheme

Bank staff's knowledge of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) leaves a lot to be desired, according to Which? research.  

Confusion reigns over flooding cover

Confusion reigns over flooding cover

Householders unclear about what they are covered for against future flooding

Which? calls for current account market inquiry

Which? calls for current account market inquiry

Which? is calling for the current account market to be subjected to a full competition inquiry from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

Top 5 reasons to switch bank account

Top 5 reasons to switch bank account

Top five reasons to switch your bank current account

Graduate starting salaries ‘drop by 11%’

Graduate starting salaries ‘drop by 11%’

Graduate starting salaries have fallen overall over the last five years, new analysis has revealed.

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Co-operative Bank nosedives in satisfaction survey

Co-operative Bank nosedives in satisfaction survey

The Co-operative Bank face biggest drop in customer satisfaction in Which? Money's latest bank and savings satisfaction survey

How much will it cost to boost your state pension?

How much will it cost to boost your state pension?

Pensioners will be able to increase their weekly state pension by buying extra National insurance contributions between October 2015 and April 2016.

FCA takes over regulation of consumer credit

FCA takes over regulation of consumer credit

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) takes over the regulation of the consumer credit market from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) from today.

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How to prepare for the new tax year

How to prepare for the new tax year

The 2013-14 tax year ends on 5 April 2014. Some allowances and reliefs are lost if you don't use them- others can be carried over to the new tax year, 2014-15.

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