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Changes to intestacy laws
If you don't have a will, the rules change on how much your husband, wife or civil partner inherits

The change applies to England and Wales


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Watch some short videos I've put together - and others I've selected - to help you get more from your money.

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Are you affected by automatic enrolment?

You could be signed up for your workplace pension scheme

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How to buy the right income protection

If you want a payment if you're too ill to work, what should you look for?

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Plans to abolish the 55% tax charge on pensions

What difference will it make if the 55% pension inheritance tax charge is abolished?

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Buying a leasehold flat - how to avoid large bills

Do your research when buying a leasehold flat so you don't get high service charges

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Child benefit - who gets it and how much is paid?

You can only backdate your child benefit claim by three months so don't miss out

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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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How to get the best mortgage rate you can
What can you do to increase your chances?
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Getting the Warm Homes Discount
How does it work?
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If you get divorced, is everything divided 50:50?
It may not be - find out why
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If you pay the wrong person by mistake, can you get the money back?
It may not be straightforward
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Been charged for something you didn't agree to?
You can get your money back from your bank or card company
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