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Election 2019: what would the Scottish National Party’s plans mean for your money?

Which? outlines the key personal finance pledges in the Scottish National Party election manifesto, including plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Bank branch closures risk leaving millions of people behind

Millions of people could be at risk of struggling with everyday banking tasks as simple as checking their bank balance according to new Which? research.

New Paragon Lifetime Isa

New cash lifetime Isa launches from Paragon Bank – is it any good?

Find out how Paragon Bank's new account compares, and whether first-time buyers or those saving for retirement should consider it.

NatWest launches new challenger bank Bó – can it rival Monzo and Starling?

Find out what you can do with new app-based bank Bó, and whether it can rival the likes of Monzo and Starling

95% of products in Black Friday ‘deals’ are cheaper or the same price after the sales

Which? tracked 83 tech and home products at Amazon, Currys PC World and John Lewis to find out whether Black Friday really offers the best deals of the year.

Election 2019: what would the Conservatives’ plans mean for your money?

We outline the key personal finance pledges in the Conservatives' election manifesto, including plans for housing, tax and pensions.

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Beware this ‘celebrity’ bitcoin scam

Criminals are exploiting trusted global websites to post fake celebrity endorsements for cryptocurrency, in one of the most prolific internet scams Which? has seen. Victims of a prolific bitcoin scam...

Over half of adults plan to work during their retirement

52% of adults plan to work into their retirement. Find out what continuing to work means for your pension and tax bill.

Halifax launches 2019’s cheapest mortgage, but is it worth the risk?

Which? assesses a new sub-1% tracker mortgage from Halifax, including advice on whether trackers are worth the risk over the safety of a fixed-rate deal.

One week until Help to Buy Isas close to new first-time buyers – should you get one?

There are just seven days left to take advantage of the accounts offering a 25% bonus to help you buy your first home.

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