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Ask an expert: ‘How do I switch current account without closing my existing account?’

Each week, the Which? money experts answer your financial queries. You can submit your questions to money-letters@which.co.uk, or via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Q:  I want to open a...

Banks failing to pass on interest rate boost to savers

Which? looks at whether banks have passed on the base rate increase to savings account customers, and explains how you can find the best savings deal.

NS&I hikes prize fund rate on premium bonds

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) is boosting rates across its range of variable savings accounts including its hugely popular premium bonds, from 1 December. The ‘prize fund rate’ on premium...

£10m a month handed out in stamp duty refunds

Which? explains how more than £10m has been handed out in refunds to people who have been caught up in paying additional rates of stamp duty.

Two weeks to Budget: MPs launch household finances inquiry

The Conservative Government’s autumn Budget is only a fortnight away – and pressure on the Chancellor of the Exchequer is mounting as a group of MPs launch an inquiry into...

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Over-50s discounts: how to save on rail, shopping and more

Greater Anglia has launched a rail discount card that promises big savings on train tickets for those aged 50 or over – and that’s not the only bargain you could...

Victims lose over £100m to bank transfer scams in just six months

Thousands of people and businesses have been tricked into transferring just over £100m to scammers in the past six months alone, new data shows. But proposals from the Payment Services...

Pensions: divorced women missing out on £5 billion a year

Seven in 10 couples fail to discuss pension savings during a divorce – despite it being one of the largest assets in a settlement, new research shows. More than half...

Will the base rate rise hit your credit card bill?

The Bank of England recently raised interest rates for the first time in a decade – but will this drive up the cost of your credit card, overdraft or personal loan?...

Failed house sales cost movers £1,000

Which? assesses a new government-commissioned survey that reveals the true extent and cost of house sales being delayed or falling through.

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