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Prime Minister Theresa May pledges to make student finance "fairer" in a speech today
If you've still any non-plastic £10 notes, beware – you only have until Thursday 1 March to spend them
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The price of first and second-class stamps will increase by 2p at the end of March, Royal Mail has announced
Energy regulator Ofgem has opened an investigation into gas and electricity supplier Iresa's customer service
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Bills and expenses are rising at the same pace as last month, despite a dip in overall inflation
From July Santander is removing all unarranged overdraft fees on its current accounts that charge monthly fees
Current-account holders switched their bank more than 900,000 times last year according to the most recent figures
A host of banks are willing to pay you to switch – become a bank tart by switching again and again. Here's how
A new debit card lets you connect your existing debit and credit cards – but there are a few things to watch out for
A MoneySaver who racked up £180,000 in debt has told how she finally became debt-free 12 years later
App-based bank Monzo has announced it'll stop supporting its prepaid card entirely from 'early April'
Metro Bank has today opened current account applications to the whole of the UK
Tesco has postponed cuts to its Clubcard Rewards scheme after a furious backlash from customers
NatWest has launched its first switching incentive in almost a decade offering £125 to new and existing customers
Fraudsters are tricking victims into handing over personal details using texts which appear to be from NatWest
You should no longer be charged a fee for opting to pay by credit or debit card – but admin fees are still allowed