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New rules could help people with medical conditions find affordable travel insurance

The Financial Conduct Authority is considering plans for a new signposting service that would point customers with medical conditions to more affordable travel cover.

FCA launches probe into credit report market

The regulator has five big concerns including the quality of information on credit reports and the risks posed by Open Banking.

Carphone Warehouse fined £29m in Geek Squad insurance scandal

Carphone Warehouse has been fined £29m by the UK's financial watchdog for mis-selling its 'Geek Squad' insurance policies to thousands of customers.

Four new pensions rules that could boost your retirement savings

Find out how income drawdown works and whether the FCA's income drawdown proposals will help boost your pension pot.

Lenders pledge to offer help to 10,000 mortgage prisoners

Which? explains how major banks have signed up to offer better deals to 10,000 mortgage prisoners who are trapped on their lender's reversion rate.

Will the minimum repayment option on your credit card be scrapped?

New behavioural research shows removing the minimum repayment option on credit cards encourages people to make better choices to deal with debt.

Mortgage prisoners: 30,000 homeowners may be stuck in expensive deals

Which? assesses the findings of the FCA's interim mortgage review, which claims thousands of people are stuck on expensive mortgage deals.

Use the bank holiday to check if you’re owed PPI, urges the FCA

Use the May bank holiday to make a free PPI claim with Which? and see if you're owed money.

A young blonde woman with a silver car that broke down on the road. She has set up a warning triangle. She calls for help at a well-known automobile club with a mobile phone. She is waiting for the technician to arrive, while resting at her broke down car.

RAC in breach of new insurance rules on renewals

The FCA has hit out at insurer RAC after the firm failed to comply with new transparency regulations. Which? explains how RAC customers are affected.

FCA opens door to interest-only mortgages lasting into retirement

Which? explains the FCA's move to re-classify retirement interest-only mortgages, as the regular seeks to broaden the options available to older borrowers.

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