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Premium bond winners in September 2021: are prizes ever guaranteed?

Premium bond winners in September 2021: are prizes ever guaranteed?

Find out whether your chances of winning a premium bonds prize change depending on how much money you invest.

Cladding crisis: leaseholders targeted by property ‘sharks’

Cladding crisis: leaseholders targeted by property ‘sharks’

Leaseholders caught up in the building safety scandal face yet another risk from potentially untrustworthy cash buyers offering a way out.

Should you borrow more when remortgaging?

Should you borrow more when remortgaging?

We explain why borrowers are looking to borrow extra cash when remortgaging and offer advice on alternative methods of borrowing such as personal loans.

Thousands of teenagers could be missing out on over £171 million in child trust fund savings

Thousands of teenagers could be missing out on over £171 million in child trust fund savings

Around 114,000 teenagers could have child trust funds (CTFs) worth an average of £1,500 they don't know about. Which? explains how to track down a lost CTF.

Revealed: majority struggled to access cash or a bank branch during the pandemic

Revealed: majority struggled to access cash or a bank branch during the pandemic

Nearly three in five people have experienced one or more issues with accessing cash or a bank branch in the last 12 months, new research from Which? shows. 

John Lewis launches savings accounts for ethical investors – how do they compare?

John Lewis launches savings accounts for ethical investors – how do they compare?

John Lewis has launched three environmentally and socially responsible investment products in partnership with Nutmeg. Which? takes a look at how they compare.

Young drivers’ car insurance premiums fall to a record low – five ways to keep on saving

Young drivers’ car insurance premiums fall to a record low – five ways to keep on saving

Insurance costs for young drivers at the lowest since records began, but the fall is likely to be temporary. Which? offers five tips on keeping premiums down.

Record numbers of Londoners leave the capital: where are they moving to?

Record numbers of Londoners leave the capital: where are they moving to?

New data shows record numbers of people are leaving London to buy a home. We analyse why people are leaving the capital and reveal the areas they are moving to.

First-time buyers: could you save on repayments by taking out a 35-year mortgage?

First-time buyers: could you save on repayments by taking out a 35-year mortgage?

With more borrowers taking out mortgages with terms of at least 35-years, we analyse the pros and cons of longer deals in terms of repayments and interest.

Direct Line launches cycling insurance: do you need it?

Direct Line launches cycling insurance: do you need it?

The new deal rivals the protection you can get with a home and contents insurance policy. Which? takes a closer look at what it covers and the costs.

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