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Less than four months to spend paper £10 notes

Paper-based £10 notes will be withdrawn on 1 March, to be replaced by the polymer design featuring Jane Austen which was launched earlier this year.

Death of the cashback card? Nationwide cuts cashback scheme

New customers to Nationwide’s Select Credit Card will no longer be offered cashback on purchases – while existing customers will see their rates slashed. But can you still benefit from...

Can first-time buyers snag an ‘affordable’ home?

Around 41,000 new homes were built under the government’s affordable housing drive last year – but less than 11,000 were put on the market for buyers, the second-lowest figure on...

Victims lose over £100m to bank transfer scams in just six months

Thousands of people and businesses have been tricked into transferring just over £100m to scammers in the past six months alone, new data shows. But proposals from the Payment Services...

Premium bond winners November 2017: prize pool hits new high

Two lucky premium bond holders became millionaires overnight as the winners of NS&I’s November prize draw were announced – and a record number of smaller prizes were handed out too. ...

Can you afford these famous haunted houses?

Crystal chandeliers, vintage fittings and desirable addresses – these homes seem to have it all, and at a discount price. But would you snap up a bargain if it meant...

Pension schemes to face £50,000 fine for failure to disclose fees

Employer pension schemes will be obliged to publish details of the fees charged to their members or face a hefty fine, under new proposals from the government. The announcement from...

Could paying rent on time help you get a mortgage?

Which? looks at proposals to include rent payments on credit reports to make it easier for tenants to get a mortgage, as the government debates the matter.

First-time buyers over 40 years: Millennials have to work twice as hard to buy a home

The number of young people buying their first home is creeping up – but the Millennial generation buys later, spends more and devotes double the proportion of their salary than...

Around 60,000 pensioners to be hit with mortgage interest shock

Thousands of pensioners could face paying off an addition loan when they sell their homes after the government ends its Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI) scheme in April 2018, new...

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