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National Lottery accounts feared hacked – stay secure online with strong passwords

About 26,500 National Lottery accounts may have been hacked, and 50 of those have since seen suspicious activity

Autumn Statement 2016: Pensions freedoms loophole tightened

Older savers who carry on putting money in a pension after withdrawing cash from it face new curbs

Autumn Statement 2016: Government announces launch of NS&I saving bond

Philip Hammond has announced a new three-year Government-backed investment bond

Savings protection limit set to return to £85,000

The Bank of England is set to restore the savings protection limit to £85,000 per institution

Think Money customers locked out of accounts after IT upgrade causes chaos

Furious Think Money customers have been locked out of their accounts since the end of last week

Government to ban pensions cold-calling

A ban on cold calling "cowboys" who target savers’ pension pots will be proposed by the Government this week

Santander caps cashback for long-standing 123 credit card-holders

Hundreds of thousands of Santander 123 credit card customers could see their cashback cut from next February

Savers to be warned of risks before opening a Lifetime ISA

Anyone wanting to open a Lifetime ISA will first be made fully aware of how the product works, under FCA proposals

'Now's the time to try to cut your mortgage by £1,000s. Leave it & you risk missing out'

Martin warns market reaction to Trump's victory is boosting rates

Pension early exit fees to be capped at 1% – how it can save you £1,000s

The amount charged for early withdrawals or transfers from pension pots will be capped at 1% from 31 March 2017.

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Regulator reviewing contactless card security after MSE investigation

Lloyds Banking Group has responded to a request for information from the Financial Conduct Authority