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One week left to spend English and Scottish paper notes

English £10 and Scottish £5 and £10 paper notes cease to be legal tender on 1 March. Find out what to do if you still have them after the deadline.

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New Beatrix Potter 50p designs unveiled: how rare are these coins?

Additions to the rare Beatrix Potter coin collection will be released into circulation later this year - along with collector's editions to buy now

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Earn £375 for recommending a bank account: how switching deals stack up

TSB Classic Plus customers can now earn more with its 'recommend a friend' bonus - but is it worth switching? We take a look at other deals on the market

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Exclusive: KLM and Air France charge credit card fees despite surcharge ban

A ban on all credit and debit card surcharges for UK customers came into force on the 13th January, but Which? Money has learned KLM and Air France are continuing to hit holidaymakers with a fee at the checkout. Is it legal?

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Google cracks down on secondary ticketing websites

Find out what the new rules could mean for you, what the problems have been with secondary ticketing websites, and how to avoid being ripped off.

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Lloyds Bank bans Bitcoin credit card payments

Lloyds customers looking to invest in the likes of Bitcoin, Etherium and LiteCoin no longer have the option to invest using their credit card

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Rare coins: is this the most valuable 50p ever released?

The latest 2018 Sir Isaac Newton 50p coin won’t even be going into circulation. But it’s still possible to get your hands on one.

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Santander to scrap unarranged overdraft fees on fee-charging current accounts

Santander is the latest current account provider to overhaul its unarranged overdraft charges as the scrutiny on these fees –a major revenue generator for banks – intensifies from the Financial Conduct Authority.

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Cashpoint crisis? Huge shake-up to UK ATMs to go ahead

Plans to make changes to the way that fees are paid to cash machine operators could see a significant reduction in the number of free cash machines, Which? warns.

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Curve card review: is this ‘smart’ card worth going for?

New 'smart' card can declutter your wallet and cut foreign fees - but do the pros outweigh the cons? Which? takes the new Curve card for a test run.

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