The closure of Post Office card accounts has been delayed for pensioners, giving users extra time to make new arrangements to receive their state pensions.
Which? is urging businesses to join our Cash Friendly Pledge as one in five people have been unable to pay with notes and coins since lockdown eased.
Nearly three in five people have experienced one or more issues with accessing cash or a bank branch in the last 12 months, new research from Which? shows.
A unique Which? survey has exposed the challenges disabled people face when carrying out everyday banking tasks – and the banks that don't do enough to remove them.
The new plastic Alan Turing £50 note has entered circulation. Find out everything from how rare it is to when paper notes will be withdrawn
Which? reveals the full list of affected sites plus what you can do if your local Lloyds or Halifax branch is about to disappear.
The Treasury revealed the next steps for legislating cash access, UK Finance announced a new action group and we launched our cash acceptance pledge.
Aldi, Asda, Co-op, John Lewis, Lloyds Pharmacy, Waitrose, and more take the pledge giving shoppers the confidence that their cash won’t be rejected at the till.
Corner shops, cafes and pubs will soon be allowed to give you cashback without you having to make a purchase, but Which? is warning more needs to be done to protect cash access.
Which? is calling for the government to take action to protect cash, as new analysis shows more people are being forced to pay to withdraw money from ATMs.