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Nearly 22,000 Lasting Powers of Attorney rejected: five tips to ensure you register one that works

Nearly 22,000 Lasting Powers of Attorney rejected: five tips to ensure you register one that works

With Lasting Power of Attorney applications likely to increase with the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, here's how to avoid your LPA being rejected or not working.

Six tips for filing your tax return to qualify for the self-employed income support scheme

Six tips for filing your tax return to qualify for the self-employed income support scheme

Which? has put together six tips to help you file your online tax return for 2018-19 in time so you can benefit from the government's self-employed income support scheme.

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Inflation fell in March 2020 as savings rates tumble: where can you find the best account?

Inflation fell in March 2020 as savings rates tumble: where can you find the best account?

Inflation fell to 1.5% in March 2020. Find out what this means for your money, and which accounts offer the best savings rates

10 ways to spring clean your finances and save money

10 ways to spring clean your finances and save money

From maximising your savings to checking your mortgage rate, our tips can help organise your finances and help you make big savings.

Mapped: the areas where buy-to-let landlords need licences in 2020

Mapped: the areas where buy-to-let landlords need licences in 2020

Which? reveals the areas in England where landlords are required to sign up for an additional or selective licensing scheme.

Exclusive: nearly half of fixed-term savings accounts pulled in one month

Exclusive: nearly half of fixed-term savings accounts pulled in one month

Which? analysis reveals how savings rates and the number of available accounts have changed since the Bank of England slashed the base rate to 0.1% in March 2020.

Buying or selling a house after the coronavirus: six things you can do during the lockdown

Buying or selling a house after the coronavirus: six things you can do during the lockdown

Which? explains what buyers and sellers can do now to prepare to move home later this year, from preparing finances to getting your home ready to sell.

NS&I cancels cuts to premium bond prizes and variable savings rates

NS&I cancels cuts to premium bond prizes and variable savings rates

In rare good news for savers, National Savings & Investments is cancelling planned rate cuts across its savings accounts and premium bonds - should you invest?

Four ways coronavirus is affecting pensions

Four ways coronavirus is affecting pensions

Which? looks at how coronavirus has impacted the introduction of the pensions dashboard, auto-enrolment contributions and investment help for pension savers.

How to boost your borrowing chances as credit card and loan deals shrink

How to boost your borrowing chances as credit card and loan deals shrink

With credit and lending cutbacks, even the most financially secure are worried about paying bills because of coronavirus. We explain the best ways to improve your chances of borrowing.

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