Halifax ditches £5 monthly reward for Clarity customers – but new online applicants can still get it... for now
More than 150,000 Halifax Clarity customers will no longer be able to pocket £5/month for using their credit card
Switching is rising, but from a tiny base as just 0.8% of the 68m accounts were switched in the first half of 2016
MoneySavers who've racked up £100s by switching banks have battled it out for the title of Britain's biggest bank tart
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Current account 'rewards' may not be included in the Personal Savings Allowance - a new scheme reducing savings tax
Young savers who open a Halifax Kids' Regular Saver account are no longer able to secure a 6% interest rate
Halifax has cut the interest rate of its Help to Buy ISA from 4% to 2.5% for new customers
One MoneySaver made £800 just by switching bank account. Can you beat that?
Some 1.03 million current accounts were switched last year, compared with 1.15 million in 2014
Many major providers have announced how much their Help to Buy ISAs will pay in light of their launch tomorrow
HSBC, Aldermore, Clydesdale Bank, and Newcastle Building Society are the latest to say they'll offer Help to Buy ISAs
Barclaycard and Lloyds' credit card customers will have their interest rates linked to the Bank of England base rate
House prices rose to a record high of £205,000 on average in October, according to the Halifax House Price Index
It seems odd to talk about summer 2016 before we've got to winter, yet there are some urgent booking tips taking off now
A Halifax and Bank of Scotland online security flaw meant balances and transactions were left exposed for others to view
NatWest and RBS are launching a current account that will pay 3% cashback on household bills for a £3/month fee