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Which junior cash ISAs pay the highest rate of interest?
You may be able to earn 6% interest, but there's a bit of a catch..

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Watch some short videos I've put together - and others I've selected - to help you get more from your money.

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What's on your credit report

Your credit report is used by lenders to work out whether or not to lend and how much.

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Pensions and divorce

There are several ways that a pension can be divided at divorce. Make sure you know the options

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The Co-op bank has announced losses of over £2 billion

What was agreed when it reached a bailout earlier this year? What's involved?

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You can get higher interest on 3 and 5 year accounts.

Should you sign up to a fixed rate account now and, if so, how much interest could you earn? Find out.

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Avoid nPower, British Gas and SSE's price rise by fixing

Top fixed price energy deals that give you certainty about how much you'll pay and could save money.

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If you’ve got a problem and you’d like some help, why not contact a money expert?

Whether you want to find out how to get the best mortgage, are worried about your debts, have an elderly parent who needs care or don't see eye-to-eye with your partner over money, one of SavvyWoman's panel of experts can help.

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Claiming a state pension on your husband's NI record
How do you claim and what are you entitled to?
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Alternatives to annuities
What can you do if you don't want to buy an annuity when you retire?
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Giving away your home to avoid care fees
Can you give away your home or is it against the rules - and should you?
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Getting started with investing
What are the risks of investing and how do you reduce them?
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Can you save money with black box car insurance?
Telematics or black box insurance could mean cheaper premiums for some.
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You should always obtain independent financial advice.


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