Power of Attorney
1.3m Power of Attorney refunds of up to £54 STILL unclaimed as deadline nears
Over three quarters of the refunds owed on Power of Attorney fees are yet to be claimed with just weeks to go until the deadline, MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal
1 December 2020
10,000s owed refund of deputyship fees – how to claim
More than 80,000 people who have had deputies appointed for them by the Court of Protection are owed refunds of £240 on average – here's how to check who is owed
4 October 2019
Charity launches dementia-friendly finance guide
The Alzheimer's Society has published a Dementia-Friendly Finance and Insurance Guide to help businesses support people with dementia to manage their finances and stay in work
28 November 2018
Over £11 million paid out for Power of Attorney refunds so far – here's how to claim
Over £11 million has been paid out in over 180,000 refunds for Power of Attorney fees, MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal - but this is only a fraction of the amount available to be claimed
15 November 2018
1m+ owed refund of Power of Attorney registration fees - how to claim
If you registered a Power of Attorney between April 2013 and March 2017, you may be due a partial refund
1 February 2018
Power of Attorney fee cut to £82
The fee for registering a Lasting Power of Attorney has dropped from £110 to £82, in a move the Government hopes will en
7 April 2017
'I've got something unpleasant to tell you'
Protect yourself and loved ones from the 3Ds - Death, Divorce & Dementia
14 October 2016
20 nifty over-50s MoneySaving tips
Are you missing out on pension credit worth £35 a week? This, and many other over-50s MoneySaving tips
8 June 2016
21 New Year's resolutions to save £1,000s
Most resolutions hardly outlast Christmas turkey leftovers, but if you do these now, the impact's felt all year.
6 January 2016
Over-50s MoneySaving tips - take up arms and cut your costs
Like Kylie or Clooney, some things just get better with age. Sadly, your finances aren't always one of them
22 April 2015
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16 August 2021
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