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Are overdrafts the worst way to borrow?

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Banking regulators say that charges on overdrafts have become too complicated – and they are also one of the most expensive forms of credit.

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Mrs Moneypenny's 10 tips to secure your financial future

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Mrs Moneypenny, FT columnist and the face of Channel 4's SuperScrimpers programme, shares 10 steps you can take this year to secure your financial future.

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M&S launches new current account

  •  15 May, 2014
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Marks & Spencer stepped up competition in the banking sector on Thursday by launching its first "free" current account.

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Mobile payment service launched

  •  29 Apr, 2014
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Millions of people are now able to access a new mobile payment service which could eventually link up every current account in the country.

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Call for inquiry into current account market

  •  16 Apr, 2014
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Consumer group Which? has called for a full-scale competition inquiry into the current account market saying the big providers have "unhealthy dominance".

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Overdraft market 'not good value'

  •  11 Apr, 2014
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The £8 billion overdraft market is not providing good value, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has found.

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The pros and cons of opening a joint account

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If you're getting hitched or moving in with your other half, is it wise to unite your finances as well? We take a look.

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Lloyds launches new current account

  •  31 Mar, 2014
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Lloyds has launched a new current account which offers customers an interest rate of 4%, along with a range of other perks.

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Savers suffer slew of rate cuts

  •  18 Mar, 2014
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Instant access and cash ISA accounts have suffered around 20 rate cuts a month on average over the last year and a half, consumer group Which? has found.

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Banks set for payment revolution

  •  17 Mar, 2014
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More than a billion transactions will be made over the next five years by a new form of mobile payment that just requires a phone number, according to the Payments Council.

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