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Christmas shopping - your rights
What are your rights if you buy from eBay, get a gift receipt or buy online?

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How to get the best mortgage

What should you do if you want to get the best mortgage for you? What do mortgage lenders look for?

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Sorting out the finances of an elderly parent

How can you manage your finances if your elderly parents cannot cope? What does the law say?

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Understanding your rights if you pay by credit card

Section 75 gives you valuable consumer rights if you buy something and there's a problem

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The Co-op bank failed a 'stress test' - what next?

Why did the Bank of England test UK banks and what was it trying to find out?

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Pensioner bonds will pay 2.8% or 4% interest

But women who've reached state pension age but who aren't yet 65 won't be able to buy them

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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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Living with your partner - do you need an agreement?
A living together agreement can protect your finances
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Raising the state pension age to 66 - when will you get your pension?
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What help is available if your parents want to downsize?
It may be more than you think...
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Buying a leasehold flat
How can you avoid costly service charges?
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Giving away money while you're alive
How much can you give away without paying inheritance tax?
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