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NS&I premium bonds winners December 2018: are you a Christmas millionaire?

Which? reveals the winning bond numbers picked for December and looks back at the 11 other premium bond prize draws this year to find out who’s had the most luck.

Revealed: the investment platform with the worst ratings

Barclays Smart Investor claims dubious prize of worst-ever customer score for an investment platform as Which? reveals its annual customer survey results.

These Isas pay up rates of up to 16%: what’s the catch?

As new innovative finance Isas launch, Which? looks at the pros and pitfalls of this type of investment, and what happens if you lose your money

Beaufort Securities goes bust: what are your rights?

Stockbroking firm Beaufort Securities has been declared insolvent. If you're a client, find out what your rights are to recover your money.

Rare coins: is this the most valuable 50p ever released?

The latest 2018 Sir Isaac Newton 50p coin won’t even be going into circulation. But it’s still possible to get your hands on one.

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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How artificial intelligence can help you save money in 2018

New innovations could bring more effective and convenient ways to manage your money than solutions from the big banks – here’s what’s on the market now

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Only two months left to claim Tesco compensation

Find out if you're entitled to compensation from Tesco and how to claim.

Will Christmas boost your investments?

Which? investigates the Santa rally and whether it will bring festive cheer to your investments this year.

FCA’s biggest ever consumer survey: the 5 things you need to know

In one of the biggest pieces of consumer personal finance research in history, the Financial Conduct Authority quizzed almost 13,000 individuals on the state of their finances – including how...

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