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Reject credit card rate hikes and save money

Reject credit card rate hikes and save money

Under new rules in force from this month, you now have 60 days to reject increases in your APR and pay down your debt at the old interest rate.

Parking restrictions and charges eased

Parking restrictions and charges eased

The government wants to lift restrictions on car parking and relax parking charges. But will this make motoring any cheaper?

Child Trust Funds finally axed

Child Trust Funds finally axed

The end for Child Trust Funds, first announced last May, has finally come. So what are the alternatives if you want to save for your child?

Best energy monitors revealed

Best energy monitors revealed

Which? has put 10 energy monitors through thorough lab tests to find out which are best-designed to help you save money on your energy bills.

10 ways to get free money in 2011

10 ways to get free money in 2011

Which? explains easy ways to get £100s in free cash, from switching bank accounts, using cashback sites and getting the best credit card cash back and rewards.

5 tips to get the best from your savings in 2011

5 tips to get the best from your savings in 2011

Which? provides you with the top tips to help you make your money work harder for you in the new year.

New rules to speed up payment of credit card debts

New rules to speed up payment of credit card debts

New credit card rules have come into force to help consumers repay their credit card debts faster and give them more control over their credit limits and interest rates.

Latest news on Apple, BT, Nokia and Samsung

Latest news on Apple, BT, Nokia and Samsung

Which? brings you its top five technology news stories of the week - this week BT's superfast broadband, new Samsung digital cameras, Nokia mobiles become free sat navs and the latest Apple iSlate tablet rumours.

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