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Nationwide customers hit by payments glitch – are you affected?

Outbound standing orders could leave the accounts of Nationwide customers late, MoneySavingExpert.com understands

Fewer than 1% of current accounts switched in 2016

Switching is rising, but from a tiny base as just 0.8% of the 68m accounts were switched in the first half of 2016

Halifax slashes Help to Buy ISA rate for new customers

Halifax has cut the interest rate of its Help to Buy ISA from 4% to 2.5% for new customers

11% drop in current account switches

Some 1.03 million current accounts were switched last year, compared with 1.15 million in 2014

Help to Buy ISA rates begin to be unveiled

Many major providers have announced how much their Help to Buy ISAs will pay in light of their launch tomorrow

More providers to offer Help to Buy ISAs

HSBC, Aldermore, Clydesdale Bank, and Newcastle Building Society are the latest to say they'll offer Help to Buy ISAs

Nationwide launches cashback credit and debit card scheme: is it any good?

Nationwide debit and credit card customers can earn between 1%-35% cashback at selected in-store and online retailers

Bank with Barclays? Beware if you pay more (eg, Additions accounts) for insurance

In some cases if you don't register or activate the insurance, you won't be covered and your policy will be invalid

New hot bank switching deals - free £150, free £100 + 5%, free £125 + £5/mth 

The bank account free cash price war just got hotter. Free money and up to 5% interest, better service, 0% overdrafts

Lloyds is yet again the worst offender for wrongly rejecting complaints

Lloyds Bank is the worst for wrongly rejecting both PPI complaints and other gripes, according to the Ombudsman

Earn 5% interest and a free £100 on top

There's never been a better time to switch bank - the 10 need-to-knows

'Apple Pay' coming to UK next month: Here's how it will work

Users of certain Apple devices will soon be able to pay for goods at some UK retailers using their handset