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Extortionate overdraft fees to be banned as regulator clamps down on bank borrowing

New proposals will ban banks from charging fixed fees to borrow from an overdraft, which cost consumers £2.4bn last year.

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Boost for first-time buyers as 95% mortgage rates hit record low

Which? explains how rates on 95% mortgages have hit the lowest levels since records began in 1995, and offers advice on alternatives to 95% deals.

Revealed: the UK’s top buy-to-let hotspots

New research has revealed the best - and worst - areas for buy-to-let investors based on rental yield. Find out where landlords get the biggest monthly returns.

Revealed: the bank accounts customers love… and those they don’t

Monzo has soared to the top of Which?’s bank account satisfaction survey. Find out why a bank that only exists on your phone has topped our table - and which banks sit at the bottom of our results.

Are these the cheapest-ever small-deposit mortgages?

Tesco Bank has launched a mortgage range for people who only have a 5% deposit. Does the supermarket giant offer the cheapest deals for first-time buyers?

Should you take out a five-year mortgage?

The cost of five-year fixed-rate mortgages rose for the first time in four months and are now, on average, at their most expensive level for almost two years, new data...

Halifax launches prize draw to pay off your mortgage in full – but should you apply?

The high-street lender has launched a new competition for borrowers to have up to £300,000 paid off their mortgage - but should you apply?

Poorest to be worst hit by a cashless society, warns Which?

Lower-income households and older generations will be hardest hit as bank branch and ATM closures threaten to strip them of vital access to cash. Find out why.

More help for payment scam victims – but some will still be out of pocket

Victims of bank transfer scams could soon be reimbursed for their losses if their bank was to blame under new plans announced today – but thousands of people will still...

Bank transfer fraud hits £145m in just six months

Fraud victims have lost more than £145m so far this year to the scam that leaves them with no legal way of getting their money back, and just 20% of losses have been recovered.

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