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Fraudsters are illegally using images of celebrities, such as MoneySavingExpert Martin Lewis, to trick people into parting with their money. We look at  the initiatives being used to tackle this.

Nearly a third of people aged over 55 feel their home is too big, too small or isn’t right for their needs as they get older. We examine the ‘right-sizing’ challenge facing many 55+ households.

Flexible ISAs are designed to help you make the most of your tax-free annual ISA allowance. Find out more about what they are and how they work in our flexible ISA guide.

The results of our recent survey reveal the latest saving and spending habits of UK consumers compared with those same habits pre-pandemic.

Netflix’s ‘The Tinder Swindler’ has shined a spotlight on dating app crime. Here, we reveal the tell-tale signs of a romance scammer and how you can protect yourself from romance fraud. 

We’ve analysed some stats provided by our data partner CACI in order to bring you an overview of the current savings market. 

Our recent survey reveals how UK savers are feeling about the current social and economic climate and the rise in the cost of living.

Here are four financial resolutions you might want to consider in 2022 in order to ensure you’re prepared for the year ahead. 

Things are looking up for the savings market with interest rates increasing at a growing pace. We take a look at some of the factors behind the trend and share our tips to make the most of it.

Why are challenger banks often able to provide more competitive rates on savings accounts compared with traditional banks? We reveal the key factors that influence the market.

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