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Top 10 car-buying regrets

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A third of motorists have bought a car they later regretted, according to new research. Here's the run-down of regrets - and ways you can avoid making the same mistakes.

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Top tips for getting a cheaper car insurance quote

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Want to know our top ten tips to help reduce your car insurance premium? Then watch this short video.

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Flooding & making a home insurance claim

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Wet weather is an inconvenience for many, but if you live in an area prone to flooding it's a much more serious matter. Here's how to make a claim for flooding on your home insurance policy.

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Will gas and electricity prices continue to soar?

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For most households, the cost of gas and electricity is now the third largest outgoing, after mortgages or rent, and food bills.

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Pet insurance pitfalls to watch out for

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The financial watchdog receives hundreds of complaints every year from animal lovers unhappy their pet insurer has rejected their claim. We detail common issues and explain how to avoid finding yourself in a similar situation.

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New campaign to cut energy bills

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A new campaign has been launched to help millions of UK households cut their heating bills by adopting a range of energy-saving measures.

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Are you paying for something that should be free?

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PPI claims firms are just one example of consumers being persuaded to pay for something that they could just as easily get at no cost. What other cover are you paying for unnecessarily?

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Blog: Who's afraid of the direct debit?

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You often get a discount for paying bills by direct debit. But journalist Maria McCarthy prefers to stick to cash and cheques. She explains why.

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Millions set for cheaper energy deals

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Millions of households are in line for cheaper energy bills under new reforms announced by the industry regulator.

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Should you be rushing out to buy superfast broadband?

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If you’ve ever cursed that little buffering wheel when you’re trying to watch a video or missed the end of an online auction because the page didn’t load fast enough, your internet connection could probably do with an upgrade.

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