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

You can get free £240, 5% interest or free travel insurance just by switching bank account

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

Three savings tricks to boost your returns

Savings rates are dismal so you should act now to double, treble or even quadruple the interest you earn

The pound hits an eight year high buying €1.43 – here's how you get that rate

Tourist rates can be rubbish, so here are our top 10 tips to max your rate

Urgent: Get £10 boost on top of record euro rate

The euro rate's at a seven-year high as £1 buys €1.41 and you can do even better

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

What is the number one MoneySaving life hack?

How to watch TV legally without paying the licence fee is your ultimate life hack, being read a whopping 118,900 times

Limit rises to £50,000 on Premium Bonds

From today savers can buy £50,000 worth of Premium Bonds, up from the previous £40,000

15 life hacks fight to be your ultimate MoneySaver

What'll triumph in the battle of the savers? The contenders: a year's 2for1 films, Easyjet refund, 16 years free music

Balance transfer price war: New 18 months 0% and 36 months 0%

Save £1,000s on existing debts as the balance transfer credit card battle turns white hot

Nationwide revamps credit card fees, but will other providers do the same?

Nationwide credit card customers will no longer be charged for going over their limit from today