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FCA bans dodgy ‘passporting’ investment firms using fake celebrity ads

FCA bans dodgy ‘passporting’ investment firms using fake celebrity ads

The FCA has taken action to stop four Cypriot investment firms from continuing to operate in the UK. Have you lost money to the high-risk investment schemes?

Scammers pose as the National Crime Agency to steal £30,000 from Lloyds customer

Scammers pose as the National Crime Agency to steal £30,000 from Lloyds customer

Lloyds initially refused to refund a vulnerable 89-year-old customer who lost £30,000 in a sophisticated scam. Find out how she got her money back.

Woodford fund one year on: when will investors get their final payout?

Woodford fund one year on: when will investors get their final payout?

One year on from the Woodford scandal, Which? looks at what's happened so far, and what investors can expect to happen with the remainder of their trapped funds.

‘We thought we were dealing with HMRC’: marriage allowance claimants lose nearly half of their tax refund

‘We thought we were dealing with HMRC’: marriage allowance claimants lose nearly half of their tax refund

Which? hears from marriage allowance claimants who thought they'd dealt with HMRC, but instead had signed away almost half of their tax refund to a different company.

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Bank of England considers negative base rate: will banks charge to hold your savings?

Bank of England considers negative base rate: will banks charge to hold your savings?

The Bank of England says it’s weighing up a number of options to give the UK economy a boost to help it through the coronavirus crisis, including introducing a negative...

The best ways to set up an emergency savings account during lockdown

The best ways to set up an emergency savings account during lockdown

A step-by-step guide on how to build up an emergency savings pot and protect yourself from the possible long-term financial effects of the coronavirus crisis.

Will a coronavirus payment holiday impact your credit score?

Will a coronavirus payment holiday impact your credit score?

Taking a payment holiday on your credit card, loan and mortgage during the coronavirus pandemic need not harm your credit rating if it's done in the right way. Which? explains how.

Pension contributions for furloughed staff to change from August – what it means for your savings

Pension contributions for furloughed staff to change from August – what it means for your savings

Employers will be required to resume payments of minimum workplace pension contributions to furloughed workers from August. Which? explains what this means for your savings.

Exclusive: one in seven Help to Buy homes lose value despite local house prices soaring

Exclusive: one in seven Help to Buy homes lose value despite local house prices soaring

Which? exclusively reveals the areas where Help to Buy homes have fallen in value, despite local house prices soaring - and explains why it matters.

Coronavirus cash crisis leaving vulnerable people with no way to pay

Coronavirus cash crisis leaving vulnerable people with no way to pay

The COVID-19 lockdown and fears over cash hygiene has left many struggling to pay for essentials.

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