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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

'Interest rates could rise at turn of the year'

Interest rates could begin to rise from their historic lows, the Bank of England Governor predicts

Summer Budget 2015: Peer-to-peer savings to be included in ISAs

Peer-to-peer savers will be able to get their 'interest' tax-free from April 2016

Summer Budget 2015: Income taxes to be cut

The Chancellor is to bring forward planned increases to both the personal allowance and the higher rate tax thresholds

Summer Budget 2015: Pensions overhaul proposed

Sweeping changes could be on the way to how we save for a pension, the Chancellor announced in the Summer Budget today

Summer Budget 2015: Martin's reaction

Watch Martin Lewis's thoughts on the new National Living Wage, student maintenance grants being scrapped and more

Government savings protection to be cut

The amount of money protected if your bank, building society or credit union goes bust will fall from £85,000 to £75,000

Buy cheap stolen goods – plus other life hacks

Here are our fifteen weird, wonderful, powerful (and of course legal) ways to save money

15 things you need to know about credit scoring

Boost your credit score for mortgages, cards, energy bills, mobiles and more

Martin Lewis: The 10 changes I'd make to Britain

What would you tweak about the UK? I'm not talking about big contentious change – but quick fixes for life glitches

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'