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Ask an expert: should I save my money in a fixed-term bond or an Isa?

Our Which? expert reveals the differences between Isas and bonds, plus the allowances to take into account when deciding which option is best for you.

Ask an expert: how can I find cheap travel insurance when I’m over 70?

Our Which? expert offers advice on how older people and those with pre-existing medical conditions can avoid steep policy fees when going on holiday

Ask an expert: ‘Can I avoid paying car insurance cancellation fees?’

Find out how to choose a car insurance policy without incurring charges such as cancellation fees, cooling off cancellation fees and renewal fees

Ask an expert: ‘I’m paying too much tax with payment on account’

Which? explains tax payment on account - how it's calculated, who needs to pay HMRC in advance, and how to adjust your payments if your income changes.

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Ask an expert: ‘Can I claim tax deductions on my rental income?’

The deductions and tax relief available to landlords are changing from the next tax year. Which? explains how to pay tax on your buy-to-let.

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Capital gains tax

Ask an expert: ‘How do I work out my capital gains tax on shares?’

When you sell shares, you may need to pay capital gains tax - but calculating it can be tricky. Which? explains how to work out CGT on shares.

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Ask an expert: ‘Do I have to pay tax on my redundancy pay?’

A redundancy package can help soften the blow of losing your job - but make sure you understand exactly how much you'll be taxed and what you'll take home.

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Ask an expert: ‘How do I pay tax on interest and dividends?’

Which? Money experts explain what the new self-assessment tax rules could mean for money earned on savings interest and dividends

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Ask an expert: ‘How will I be taxed on my cash bonds?’

Ahead of the 31 January self-assessment deadline, the Which? Money experts explain all you need to know about being taxed on cash and savings bonds

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Capital gains tax

Ask an expert: ‘Why has HMRC taken too much tax from my pension?’

Find out why people taking money from their pension could be massively overpaying income tax - and what you can do to claim it back.

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