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People living in hot countries will no longer be able to claim winter fuel payments from autumn 2015
Holidaymakers using a Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) or NatWest debit card will pay lower fees overseas from June
Those who cut back had a better time over Christmas than those who spent more than usual
There's been no year-on-year improvement in people's real discretionary wealth, a Lloyds TSB report says today
Gross domestic product (GDP), a broad measure for the total economy, declined by 0.3% in the final quarter of 2011
UK household spending has fallen for the first time in almost a decade, official figures show today
The lender is offering no interest on balance transfers and purchases for a year via a price comparison site
There will be winners and losers from the card giant's cashback overhaul. Also, watch out for the £20 inactivity fee!
New customers will get almost 1% back on everything they spend with the Egg Money card from Tuesday
A batch of 20p coins has been mistakenly produced with no date on them. If you've got one, it could net you £50
The society wants to prevent millions opening accounts purely for cheap holiday spending. Yet you can beat the crackdown
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