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Co-op still refunding customers nearly two years after admitting it violated regulations

Nearly two years after admitting it breached the Consumer Credit Act, the Co-op Bank continues to refund customers

NatWest/RBS glitch: Full Q&A as wages, benefits and more go missing

Natwest, RBS, Coutts and Ulster have admitted a number of customer payments are 'missing'

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'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

Martin Lewis joins Money Advice Service 'challenger panel'

MoneySavingExpert.com's Martin Lewis has joined a 'challenger panel' to recommend changes to the Money Advice Service

10 savings rate boosting tricks

10 tricks to boost your savings interest. Rates are pants, complaining does nowt, so become an active saver to win

Northern Rock borrowers with loans of £25k+ may get refund if appeal goes their way

Northern Rock mortgage customers with unsecured loans of between £25,000 and £30,000 may still get redress

PPI complaints down, but payday loan gripes soar, says Ombudsman

Complaints about Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) have halved, while those about packaged bank accounts have risen

Are you secretly hurting your spouse by looking after the family finances?

"My other half deals with the finances. I don't know anything about it." I've lost count of the times I've heard this