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If you have money in old cash ISAs, you can transfer them into a cash ISA that pays a better rate of interest. Find out about the best cash ISAs that allow transfers in.

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Please vote in our poll!

The post Poll: Are you stockpiling because of Brexit? appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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NS&I’s popular index-linked savings certificates will change from May 1st for existing customers who reinvest. In the future, they’ll track the lower measure of inflation. What difference could it make?

The post NS&I index-linked savings certificates switch to CPI inflation rate appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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Thinking about pet insurance but confused about what to buy? This podcast explains the different types of pet insurance policy and tells you what to look for.

The post Ep 33 – Pet insurance appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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Investment supermarket BestInvest names funds that it says have consistently delivered poor returns. The bad news is that the number of so-called ‘dog’ funds has almost doubled – rising by 91% in six months.

The post Is your investment fund in the doghouse? appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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If you’re getting divorced and your husband, wife or civil partner has a pension, it can be divided – or shared – when you divorce. But how is the pension shared and what do happens to your pension after divorce?

The post The pension after divorce – how pensions sharing works appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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If you bought something that's turned out to be faulty, you're thinking about booking a holiday or you're fed up with your lousy broadband, find out what your rights are.

The post Ep 32 – Your consumer rights appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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When was the last time you visited a bank branch? Please vote in the poll.

The post When was the last time you visited a bank branch? appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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If you have some credit card debt to pay off, you might be looking for a 0% balance transfer credit card deal. But would you be better off taking out a loan instead? Find out

The post 0% balance transfer credit card or loan – which is best? appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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The draft Domestic Abuse Bill has been published today and, for the first time, it recognises economic abuse as being a form of domestic abuse. But what exactly is economic abuse?

The post Economic abuse is to be recognised as a form of domestic abuse appeared first on SavvyWoman.

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