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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

Barclaycard and Tesco Bank customers given free access to credit scores

Barclaycard customers can access their credit scores for free via Experian, while Tesco Bank's teamed up with Noddle

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

RBS to hike fees for Black and Platinum package account customers

Over one million RBS and NatWest 'Black' and 'Platinum' package account customers will pay more from January 2016

Metro Bank closes market-leading savings fixes to online applicants

Savers hoping to open the Metro Bank top fixed savings accounts will only be able to do so in branch

Barclays Premier Life or First Additions package account customer? Beware price hikes

Premier Life, Premier Life 25 and First Additions package account customers will be hit with price hikes from today

Guest Comment: Why women may lose out under the new state pension

Sarah Pennells, founder of SavvyWoman, explains why many women will be left with little or no time to plug their savings

Voluntary Living Wage set to rise next year

Workers receiving the Living Wage will see an increase in pay when the UK rate rises by 40p/hour to £8.25/hour

Major strategy launched to improve financial skills

A major 10-year strategy to help consumers prepare for and manage their money has been published today

Guest Comment: How Sheffield City Council is supporting payday loan alternatives

Sheffield City Council has supported the setup of a not-for-profit organisation tackling unfair access to finance

Banks told to make switching easier

Banks must make it easier for customers to take charge of their accounts, the competition regulator has announced

New credit union service launched for the Armed Forces

Three credit unions have launched a new service offering savings accounts and loans to members of military personnel