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If you have a car you do not drive, you cannot leave it off the road without either insuring it or applying for a SORN. Here is what you need to know about declaring your car off the road.
MasterCard and Visa do not issue credit, debit or prepaid cards but they do provide an important service when you spend. Here is what these companies do and how you can decide which one to use.
Spending on your credit card gives you extra protection when something goes wrong. Section 75 means you could get a refund on some of your purchases - here is when you can claim and how to get your money back.
You need a car insurance policy to drive on the roads, but you can choose the level of cover you get. Here is how to work out what cover is right for you.
Credit cards have expensive fees for cash withdrawals and some other transactions. Here is when they are charged and how to keep your costs down.
Your car insurance policy will cover you against most costs, but what if you need to go to court following an accident? Legal cover could help - here is everything you need to know.
Getting a new mortgage deal could cut the interest you pay and save thousands of pounds. Here is how to remortgage to a better deal, avoid fees and reduce what you pay each month.
With the cost of landline packages creeping up, cancelling your home phone entirely could seem like a good way to save cash. We look at whether the time has come to get rid of your landline once and for all.
Saving for your first home can take years, but several schemes and mortgages can help. Here is how to get on the property ladder as soon as possible with a 100% LTV mortgage or how to get started if you have no deposit.
You can repay a loan or overdraft by moving money from a credit card to your bank account - here is how a money transfer could save you thousands of pounds.
The State Pension is not the same for everyone, and understanding how much you get can be confusing. Here is how the State Pension works and what it could pay you.
For £79 a year, Amazon Prime offers one-day delivery, music and instant video streaming and multiple extra features for customers, but does it offer good value?