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If you’re off to university, which student bank account should you choose? Some will let you borrow up £3,000 interest-free. Find out which is the best.

The post The best student bank account for 2018-19 appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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We’re encouraged to shop around for insurance and not to stay loyal to the same company. However, if you have insurance it will probably automatically renew unless you opt out. Find out about your rights with insurance auto-renewal.

The post Insurance auto-renewal – is it legal? appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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The financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), says that investment platforms should make it easier for people to shop around and to switch to another platform.

The post Investment platforms should make it easier for customers to compare and switch appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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Lots of people now live with their partner without ever getting married, but few stop to consider what would happen to their finances if they were to split up. It’s not as straightforward as you think!

The post Episode 19 – Cohabiting couples: Money rights if you live together but aren’t married appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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If you’re going to take money out of your pension, you may end up paying too much tax, too much in charges or just taking out more money than you need.

The post What to do before you take money out of your pension appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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More women than men have cash ISAs. The idea behind these tax-free accounts may be simple, but the rules can be complex. Savings expert Anna Bowes explains all.

The post The SavvyWoman Podcast 18 – Cash ISAs explained with Anna Bowes of Savings Champion appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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If you book a holiday with an online site where you pay for several elements in one go, it will be protected in the same way a package holiday is.

The post Better holiday protection for consumers appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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If you want to transfer money abroad, banks will charge you up to £25 per transfer, but if you use an international money transfer service, it will be cheaper.

The post Transfer money abroad – international money transfer services appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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Life expectancy isn't increasing anymore according to government figures. What does it mean for state pension age rises?

The post What’s happening to life expectancy? appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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