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Money-saving tips

Open Banking turns two: 15 apps set to transform your money

Which? explains how Nesta Open Up 2020 finalists including Creditspring , Canopy and Toucan plan to transform borrowing, saving, credit scores and more using Open Banking.

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20 easy ways to make money in 2020

From cashback to product testing, eBay and recycling, we've rounded up some money making ideas for the new year

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13 easy ways to save money in 2020

Which? explains quick and easy ways to save potentially thousands of pounds on your existing bills and outgoings this year.

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10 new year’s resolutions to boost your finances in 2020

Which? suggests 10 money goals for inspiration on how you can get your finances back on track in 2020.

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The best budgeting and savings apps to help you save money in 2020

Find out which popular fintech apps can revolutionise your budget next year, from effortless saving to cutting your expenses.

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Eight things to do with unwanted Christmas presents

Which? reveals eight simple things to do with any unwanted gifts you receive this Christmas so that they don't go to waste.

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Save money and stay safe in the Boxing Day and January sales

Our tips on finding the best prices, avoiding counterfeits, scams, paying safely and earning cashback.

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Are loyalty reward points and vouchers safe from fraud?

Many shoppers save up reward points to spend over Christmas - find out how vulnerable these are to fraud, and what happens if your points go missing.

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Eight simple ways to give yourself a Christmas bonus in 2019

Christmas bonus looking unlikely this year? Not to worry – we’ve got eight simple ways to give your budget a boost this festive season.

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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.

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