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Pension changes next April
The government has given more detail about pension flexibility

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Your rights when shopping in the sales

Just because something's a bargain doesn't mean you don't have consumer rights.

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How to find a good independent financial adviser

A good IFA can make a big difference to your finances. But how do you find one?

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The regulator is concerned about price comparison sites

The FCA says that people who buy insurance on these sites are confused about how they work

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Payday loans will cost no more than £24 a month for £100

Payday loans will cost no more than £24 a month for £100

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It's easy to transfer your cash ISA for a better rate

But make sure you don't close your ISA and take the money out or it won't be tax free.

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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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You can get financial help towards the cost of energy efficient measures
You can get help towards the cost of insulation, double glazing or solar panels
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New ISA limits increase on July 1st to £15,000.
Can you top up your fixed rate cash ISA? If so, when?
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The married couples' tax allowance. How will it work?
The government wants to introduce a tax allowance of £200 a year for married couples
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Buying a property in the country
What to look out for..
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How to find a good mortgage broker
What should you look out for and what should a good broker do?
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You should always obtain independent financial advice.


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