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Insurance renewal charges under investigation by FCA

Insurers who charge existing customers more for renewing policies are being investigated by the City watchdog

Flood-risk homes to be helped by insurance cap

A deal has been agreed with insurers to allow households at risk of flooding to get affordable insurance

Consumers protected as insurance law reform begins

New rules which force insurers to ask customers specific questions about their circumstances, have been introduced

Annuities code to protect retirees begins

A new code of conduct for annuity providers has been launched today

Pension firms promise clearer charges

Major pension providers have pledged to disclose charges and costs more clearly and consistently

Insurance scheme for flood-prone homes under threat

A plan to help 200,000 homes get affordable flood insurance has been planned, but is the Government listening?

Car insurance down but home insurance up, says AA

Car insurance prices fell over the last three months, while home insurance premiums rose, according to the AA

Parents' pensions could guarantee mortgages

Young people could be able to use their parents' pension funds to secure mortgages, under plans unveiled by Nick Clegg

Ed Miliband attacks high pension charges

Labour is planning to turn its fire on pension companies which rip off their customers with excessive fees and charges

Insurance lift for elderly, but don't expect cheaper prices

If an insurer can't offer cover to an older motorist or traveller, they will be referred to an alternative provider

Government pensions scheme 'too complex'

The scheme where millions will be automatically placed in a pension needs to change to be a success, say MPs

200,000 face flood insurance battle

Up to 200,000 homes could struggle to get insurance against flooding next year, say council leaders