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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.

Should you get a two-year or five-year fixed-rate mortgage?

Which? explains the pros and cons of choosing a two or five-year fixed-rate mortgage, including advice on the best rates and tips on how to compare deals.

Tandem reveals revamped cashback credit card – is it worth the new monthly fee?

Find out whether Tandem's new cashback credit card membership subscription is any good, and what existing customers need to know.

Should you buy an overseas property in 2020?

Which? looks at the top performing property markets abroad, how to buy and the possible impact of Brexit.

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How to pay off your Help to Buy equity loan in 2020

Which? explains how Help to Buy homeowners can repay their equity loans in 2020, including advice on remortgaging to repay the loan and a step-by-step guide.

Thousands of state pension payments to be cut by £70 a week

Find out about all the state pension changes due to come into force this year, from the triple-lock increases to the scrapping of adult dependent increases.

Banks could set a single easy-access interest rate for old accounts

Savings providers could set a single rate for easy-access accounts held longer than 12 months providing an estimated £260m boost in interest payments.

HSBC relaunches £175 current account bonus – is it worth switching?

Find out whether HSBC's current account is worth switching to, and how it compares to the rewards on offer from other banks.

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

Filing your first tax return? You need a UTR number and time is running out

Those filing their first self-assessment tax return need a UTR number and time is running out to get one to meet the 31 January deadline.

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