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Bank transfer fraud losses surge to £479m in 2020 thanks to the pandemic

Bank transfer fraud losses surge to £479m in 2020 thanks to the pandemic

Victims lost £479 million to bank transfer fraud in 2020, as fraudsters exploited pandemic fears to trick people into parting with money.

Santander to close 111 bank branches

Santander to close 111 bank branches

Santander will close 111 branches this summer, reducing its network from 563 to 452. Find out if your local branch is about to disappear.

RAC launches pay-by-mile car insurance: could it save you money?

RAC launches pay-by-mile car insurance: could it save you money?

Which? takes a closer look at the new flexible telematics policy open to 21 to 65-year-olds with costs starting from 4p a mile.

Council tax rates for 2021-22: will your bills be more expensive from April?

Council tax rates for 2021-22: will your bills be more expensive from April?

Find out how much your council tax bill is set to increase by in April 2021, and what you can do to reduce it.

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Inflation falls to 0.4% in February 2021 – what does this mean for your savings?

Inflation falls to 0.4% in February 2021 – what does this mean for your savings?

Find out why CPI inflation fell in February 2021, plus we reveal the top rate cash Isas and savings accounts to maximise your returns.

What will Brexit mean for house prices?

What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Which? explains what could happen to house prices now the UK has left the EU, including advice and predictions from mortgage and property experts.

What ‘Tax Day’ means for inheritance tax, holiday homes, self-assessment tax and more

What ‘Tax Day’ means for inheritance tax, holiday homes, self-assessment tax and more

Find out how the government's 'Tax Day' changes could affect your finances, from pay-as-you-go self-assessment tax to a reduction in inheritance tax red tape.

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The five most common questions people ask about paying for care in later life

The five most common questions people ask about paying for care in later life

Later life care is expensive, but there are strategies to help manage the costs. We asked our advisers on the Which? Money Helpline to share some of their most common questions and useful tips about paying for care in later life.

Investment scammers run riot on search engines, while victims pay the price

Investment scammers run riot on search engines, while victims pay the price

Search engines and regulators are failing to keep a lid on the barrage of rogue firms advertising online using paid-for adverts, Which? warns.

How your pension can save the planet

How your pension can save the planet

Which? explains how your retirement savings could be funding climate change and how you can change where your money is invested, whatever types of pension you hold.

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