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Election 2019: what a Conservative government will mean for your money

The Conservatives have won the general election with the biggest majority since 1987. Find out what they've got planned for tax, pensions, benefits and more.

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HSBC, First Direct and M&S Bank to hike overdraft rates to nearly 40%

HSBC, First Direct and M&S Bank will hike interest to 39.9% EAR for arranged and unarranged overdrafts from March 2020. Which? explains what it means for you.

Tymit ‘buy now, pay later’ credit card: can it save you money?

Which? takes a closer look at the Tymit credit card which claims to offer a new way to control interest on big and small purchases and save money.

HyperJar: can this new budgeting app really save you 4.8% at Lidl?

New budgeting app, HyperJar, claims it can boost spending power for households that can plan ahead. Which? takes a closer look.

Experian launches balance transfer credit limit checker – can it help you clear your debt?

Borrowers can now check what credit limit they’ll get on a 0% balance transfer card before they apply, but only with certain providers. Which? investigates.

Election 2019: what the smaller party manifestos would mean for your money

Find out what the Green Party, Plaid Cymru, Brexit Party and DUP has planned for tax, benefits, housing and more.

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5 smart ways to pay for Cyber Monday bargains

Shopping up a storm on Black Friday? Which? explains how to buy smart, including spreading the cost and using cashback sites and cards to maximise your money.

Bank branch closures risk leaving millions of people behind

Millions of people could be at risk of struggling with everyday banking tasks as simple as checking their bank balance according to new Which? research.

M&S Bank cuts top 5% rate on regular saver

Which? explains the best rates for regular savers now and alternative homes for your cash if you have a lump sum.

Should you use Klarna to pay for flights and hotels?

Klarna's 'buy now pay later' service is being offered on flight and hotel booking sites. But is it a safe way to pay for your next holiday?

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