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FCA spends £150,000 promoting investment scam warnings: are you still at risk?

The FCA has spent £150,000 so far this year to help combat scams appearing on Google, but says it's powerless to stop them. Here's how you can protect yourself.

Scottish Budget 2020: will you pay more tax from April?

Find out what changes are planned in the Scottish Budget, including income tax changes, council tax increases and plans for affordable housing.

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What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Brexit could have a big impact on house prices and mortgages. How will the 2020 transition period and outcome on whether we have a trade deal affect the market?

Dying without a will: fixed inheritance sum for spouses rises to £270,000

The fixed sum a surviving partner gets when a spouse or civil partner dies without a will is rising to £270,000 - but no will means they can still lose out.

TSB to offer small short-term loans as an alternative to overdrafts

TSB will unveil a new range of short-term loans to help overdraft borrowers facing hikes of up to 50% EAR. Which? investigates if small personal loans are a viable alternative.

Why are thousands choosing to defer their state pension?

Which? explains why thousands are choosing to defer their state pension, and how it could boost your income at state pension age.

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Your credit card could be suspended because of new debt rules

The financial regulator has warned banks not to unjustly cancel credit cards of persistent borrowers. Here we explain if you'll be affected and what you can do.

Seven ways banks are making it easier for first-time buyers to get a mortgage

Which? explains how banks are making it easier for first-time buyers to get a mortgage, including longer deals, cash incentives and criteria changes.

Nearly one million missed the self-assessment deadline: what fines could you face?

HMRC could issue fines of at least £100 to almost one million taxpayers who failed to file their self-assessment tax return by the 31 January deadline. Which? explains the penalties for delaying any further and excuses you could use to appeal.

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NS&I premium bonds winners February 2020: how many bonds do you need to win a million?

Find out who's won the £1m NS&I premium bonds jackpot in January and discover how many bonds the big winners have held over the last five years.

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