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10 tricks to slash the cost of spending abroad

New TravelMoneyMax APP finds your cheapest rate however you pay. Should you buy euros before the EU vote?

Government to fund appeal of term-time holidays High Court ruling

The Department for Education has promised to fund further legal hearings to appeal a term-time holiday High Court ruling

20 nifty over-50s MoneySaving tips

Are you missing out on pension credit worth £35 a week? This, and many other over-50s MoneySaving tips

EU vote registration deadline extended until Thursday night after website crashes

David Cameron has urged people to continue registering to vote after technical problems meant some missed the deadline

Flexible season ticket could save part-time Essex commuters over £100/yr

Train company C2C has unveiled the country's first part-time season ticket for its Essex-to-London routes

Four out of five back right to take kids on term-time holidays

Parents should be able to pull their kids out of school to go on holiday, according to 79% of our poll respondents

EU referendum – one week to register to vote

The deadline to register to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June closes in one week – do you need to register?

Travelling to a country with the Zika virus? Your refund and rebooking rights

If you've booked a trip to a country where Zika is rife and are pregnant you should be able to rearrange or get a refund

Regulator to charge airlines £150 to investigate flight delay complaints

CAA to charge airlines £150 to investigate flight delay complaints as ombudsman schemes stall

Going to the US? Check your passport ASAP – and your rights if it goes wrong

Here's how to check your passport, what to do if you've not got the right document and what your rights are

100,000s may need new passport to visit US after rule change

Hundreds of thousands UK passport holders may no longer be able to fly to the USA under an ESTA following rule changes

Cost of roaming in Europe to be slashed for millions of mobile phone customers

Millions of mobile phone customers with an allowance package will benefit from reduced roaming charges in most of Europe