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Google tightens rules to stamp out scam ads

Google tightens rules to stamp out scam ads

Google is taking aim at rogue financial services advertisers, following increasing pressure from UK campaigners and regulators to stamp out scams.

Premium bond winners in July 2021: how old are the luckiest prize winners?

Premium bond winners in July 2021: how old are the luckiest prize winners?

Find out who won the NS&I £1m premium bonds jackpot prizes in July 2021, plus which age ranges tend to be luckier when it comes to winning premium bonds prizes.

NS&I to launch three-year fixed-rate Green Savings Bonds

NS&I to launch three-year fixed-rate Green Savings Bonds

National Savings & Investments has revealed new details about its forthcoming Green Savings Bonds products - find out what it plans to offer.

Stamp duty holiday changes: how you can still make a saving when buying a home

Stamp duty holiday changes: how you can still make a saving when buying a home

Find out how buyers in England and Northern Ireland can still make savings on their tax bills despite the stamp duty holiday tapering off.

Renters in Scotland and Wales offered financial support as Covid-19 eviction bans end

Renters in Scotland and Wales offered financial support as Covid-19 eviction bans end

Which? explains how new support measures for tenants in Scotland and Wales will work, as eviction bans come to an end.

The Alan Turing £50 note: eight things you need to know

The Alan Turing £50 note: eight things you need to know

The new plastic Alan Turing £50 note has entered circulation. Find out everything from how rare it is to when paper notes will be withdrawn

Thousands due compensation for poor pension transfer advice: could you claim?

Thousands due compensation for poor pension transfer advice: could you claim?

Thousands of people could get compensation for being wrongly advised to transfer out of their pension. We explain how to spot bad advice, and how to complain.

Are the cheapest mortgage deals too good to be true?

Are the cheapest mortgage deals too good to be true?

Mortgages now come with up-front fees averaging more than £1,000, meaning those with the lowest rates might not be the cheapest overall.

‘Buy now, pay later’ not just used by fashion-conscious young shoppers

‘Buy now, pay later’ not just used by fashion-conscious young shoppers

Which? has conducted a major survey on 'buy now, pay later' which challenges stereotypes of who uses the products and exposes the harms some shoppers face.

How much could the state pension rise by next year?

How much could the state pension rise by next year?

Millions of pensioners could get a record boost to their state pension next year under the 'triple lock' guarantee thanks to artificially high earnings growth.

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