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20% admit insurance application 'mistakes'

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Many people make mistakes or hide the truth when applying for insurance, according to new research. But these errors can prove expensive in the long-run.

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Five phrases to avoid when selling your car

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Researchers have identified the small-ad clichés most likely to put potential buyers off. We explain how to attract interest and clinch the best deal.

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Legal roadblocks lie ahead of driverless cars

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Britain will see its first trials of automatic cars in 2015, according to ministers. But there are still considerable obstacles to overcome, experts warn.

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Are you a law breaker at the wheel?

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A new report from the Highways Agency shows many drivers don’t know when they can use the hard shoulder. We look at other grey areas of motoring law.

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Six reasons you won't get a mortgage

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New lending rules means the banks have more excuses than ever to turn down home-loan customers. We explain how to avoid being caught out.

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Would you settle for vouchers from your home insurer?

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Insurance companies are increasingly likely to pay claims with high-street vouchers rather than cash. But is this fair?

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Car buyers set to benefit from rise in part-exchange values

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A lack of top-quality used cars means anyone with a good-condition vehicle to trade in may be able to bag a bargain. We explain how to take advantage.

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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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Insurers act to end renewal rip-offs

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The UK's insurance companies say they are planning to give customers a clearer picture when it comes to renewing motor and home policies.

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MPs back government crackdown on whiplash fraud

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A cross-party committee approves plans to limit compensation and ban solicitors from offering inducements such as cash and iPads to motor accident victims.

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Chris Torney

Chris Torney

Chris is personal finance editor at the Daily Express. He's been a journalist for more than 10 years and contributes to a wide range of finance and business titles.Read more from Chris



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