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Tesco Bank 3% current account offer back on the table

Tesco Bank has reopened applications for its current account paying 3% on balances up to £3,000 and extra Clubcard points until April 2019.  In February, Tesco temporarily closed the account...

Are bumper cash deals for bank switchers starting to vanish?

Generous current account switching offers from HSBC and First Direct will close this week, but there are still decent cash bonuses on the table, and an improved sweetener for Halifax...

Is the lifetime Isa set to be a flop?

With only weeks until the lifetime Isa launches, not a single bank or building society can confirm it is ready to offer one, and many other Isa providers say they...

Budget 2017: savings changes

The big Budget news for savers is that a new National Savings and Investments (NS&I) bond, available from April, will pay 2.2% over three years. Philip Hammond confirmed the rate...

NS&I cuts premium bond prizes and savings rates

Fewer prizes will be handed out to premium bond holders from May. Is it time to move your money?

No cash Isas can beat inflation

As inflation rises to 1.6%, Which? reveals the accounts that will protect your savings.

Banks paying rock-bottom savings rates named

Providers offering the UK's worst savings accounts have been named and shamed by the regulator, which published the latest data on savings rates earlier today.

Autumn Statement 2016: savers to benefit from new NS&I bond

Savers were handed a lifeline in the shape of a new NS&I bond, as the Chancellor delivered the Autumn Statement today.

Three banks allow thieves a contactless spree

Which? investigation reveals that some banks could be doing more to protect their customers from contactless card fraud.

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Banks still failing packaged account customers

Banks are still treating customers unfairly when they sell packaged bank accounts and handle complaints about mis-selling, according to the FCA.

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