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What type of car should you really drive?

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Think you're more suited to a Lamborghini than your old Lada? Take our quiz to find out what type of car you should really drive.

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How to buy a new car with a loan or credit card

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Motorists gearing up to buy a new set of wheels now that the "64" plates have been released are being urged to snap up one of the cheap loan deals or competitive credit card offerings currently up for grabs.

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BRIAN the Robot takes the ice bucket challenge

BRIAN the Robot takes ice bucket

Confused.com were nominated for the ice bucket challenge, and asked BRIAN the Robot to take one for the team.

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Would you really never want to retire?

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One in six people aged 65 and above never want to stop working, new research shows. Would you be happy to stay in work for the rest of your life?

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Retirees risk pension funds rotting in low-rate accounts

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New pension rules will give savers more freedom over what to do with their retirement funds. But many just plan to stick the money in the bank.

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7 very important facts about falling car insurance prices

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Here are a few very important facts about falling car insurance prices (and some nice graphs).

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Motorists save £99 as car insurance prices fall 14.6%

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The cost of car insurance has fallen by 14.6%, bringing the annual cost of comprehensive cover down to £579 – meaning an extra £99 in motorists' pockets.

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How to get travel insurance aged over 65

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Those aged over 65 can find it hard to get travel insurance as many policies have an upper age limit. Here’s how older travellers can get affordable cover.

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Blog: Why prepaid cards are a holiday money winner

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Secure, practical and often cheaper than the alternatives: if you’re heading abroad this summer, a prepaid card might just make the perfect travel companion.

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End of the line for travellers’ cheques

Travellers cheques and passports

Introduced in the 1700s, travellers’ cheques have served holidaymakers well. But as they become harder to cash, we look at the modern-day alternatives.

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