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April

Graduates set for September interest rate hike as inflation creeps up

Students and graduates can expect to pay more interest on their student loan from September

13 April 2016

Long-term Netflix users face automatic 25% price hike – here's how to avoid it

Netflix is preparing to roll out an automatic price rise of £1.50/month for long-standing subscribers

13 April 2016

O2 Priority customers 'gutted' as company closes multiple £1 meal deal loophole

O2 has closed a loophole in its Priority app that meant customers were able to purchase multiple £1 meal deals

12 April 2016

Ryanair to bring in flat-rate baggage fee as part of customer service shake-up

No-frills airline Ryanair will this year simplify its fees for checked baggage as it pilots a fleet of new initiatives

12 April 2016

Second chance to bag 12p Thorpe Park tickets for frustrated thrill-seekers

Thorpe Park is to release a further 4,000 12p tickets to those who missed out last month

12 April 2016

Tesco steps into the breach as Sainsbury’s bins Brand Match vouchers

The decision by Sainsbury's to scrap its Brand Match scheme has been seized upon by Tesco

11 April 2016

Do you rent? Here's a new trick to boost your credit rating

Millions of private tenants can boost their credit rating by opting in to a scheme that records if they pay rent on time

11 April 2016

Major peer-to-peer lenders still months off unveiling Innovative Finance ISAs amid approval backlog

Only two peer-to-peer lending platforms out of 94 are currently able to offer the new Innovative Finance ISA

8 April 2016

Student loan deferment forms missing in latest Erudio blunder

Embattled student loans administrator Erudio has failed to provide deferment application forms to thousands of graduates

6 April 2016

All savings now to be paid tax-free

The personal savings allowance has launched so most people's money's now in the wrong place – shift it to boost interest

6 April 2016

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