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How the best-paying current accounts freeze out pensioners

Do you rely on your state pension as your main income in retirement? If so, chances are you'll be left out in the cold by the best in-credit current accounts. Read More

Melanie Wright, 20 May 2015

 
 

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    Failing to shop around for the best deal on your holiday money can mean throwing away up to £10 for every £100 you exchange.... Read more

    Jessica Bown - Financial journalist

    Updated: 25 March 2015

  • Skiing at half-term? Get the right cover

    Winter sports is hugely popular in the UK, and February half-term is peak time for families to hit the slopes in Europe and North America.... Read more

    Naomi Caine - Financial journalist

    Updated: 27 January 2015

  • Fifa World Cup 2014

    Fired up for the international festival of football? Bonkers about beautiful Brazil? This dedicated page brings together the sparkling World Cup coverage from MoneySuperM... Read more

    Updated: 11 June 2014

  • 5 ways to make your holiday currency go further

    This year's Easter sunshine breaks are now cheaper than they were 12 months ago - especially if you stay within Europe.... Read more

    Jessica Bown - Financial journalist

    Updated: 03 April 2014

  • Best ways to pay for your summer holiday

    Summer holidays abroad can be cripplingly expensive, particularly if you have a family and have to pay the added premium for jetting off during the school holidays. The g... Read more

    Les Roberts - Senior writer

    Updated: 28 February 2014

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  • Get the lowest ever 2-year fixed rate mortgage deal

    Just when it seemed mortgage rates couldn't fall further, the Co-operative Bank has launched the lowest EVER two-year fixed rate deal priced at a tiny 1.09%. But, as ever... Read more

    Melanie Wright - Financial journalist

    Updated: 08 May 2015

  • Earn yourself up to £185 with this current account

    Current account switching is really catching on. New figures from the Payments Council show that the number of people dumping their old bank for a new one hit 1.14m in th... Read more

    Laura Howard - Content Editor, Money and Lifestyle

    Updated: 24 April 2015

  • This tax year, get a new tax-free savings habit

    You've got a tax-free savings allowance of up to £15,240 to play with this new tax year. But given that few of us can find sums like that upfront, a more achievable... Read more

    Les Roberts - Senior writer

    Updated: 10 April 2015

  • It's back! £150 to switch to Clydesdale bank

    If you've ever thought of switching current accounts, now's a good time - especially if you tend to carry a credit balance. Clydesdale is offering a £150 thank you ... Read more

    Anita Shargall - Mobile writer

    Updated: 13 March 2015

  • New! Top-paying ISA rates for Santander customers

    Are you a Santander 123 or Select customer? You'll now be in line for two top-paying cash ISAs - one if you want to lock up your funds for higher returns, and the other i... Read more

    Rachel Wait - Editor

    Updated: 09 March 2015

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  • Get your mortgage rate-rise ready!

    Interest rate hike is now a question of when - not if. And the first upward hike could be soon.... Read more

    Jessica Bown - Financial journalist

    Updated: 16 October 2014

  • Back to basics: Interest rates

    If you've got used to rock-bottom interest rates over the past few years, a rate rise could prove a real shock to your finances.... Read more

    Melanie Wright - Financial journalist

    Updated: 02 September 2014

  • MoneySuperMarket's 2014 Budget coverage

    The Chancellor, George Osborne, delivers his 2014 Budget speech on Wednesday, March 19 - but how will its contents affect you? Here at our dedicated Budget page, you can ... Read more

    Updated: 19 March 2014

  • Low interest rates: Winners and losers

    It is now been five years since the Bank of England first cut the Bank of England base rate to a record low of 0.5%, but who's benefited and who's lost out over this peri... Read more

    Melanie Wright - Financial journalist

    Updated: 06 March 2014

  • When will interest rates rise?

    Last year, the Bank of England said interest rates would only start to rise if unemployment sank to 7%, something it did not expect to happen before 2016. However, the un... Read more

    Jessica Bown - Financial journalist

    Updated: 30 January 2014

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  • Kids left home? It's time to choose a new car

    Finding yourself with an empty nest can be a shock to the system - once the children have left the house, there are many changes to take on board. And that includes the c... Read more

    Kevin Pratt - Content Editor, Insure and Home Services

    Updated: 11 March 2014

  • Why 'fronting' for your child could cost you dear

    If your children have reached the age when they've started driving, you'll know only too well how expensive car insurance for young motorists can be. And, as a parent, yo... Read more

    Naomi Caine - Financial journalist

    Updated: 11 March 2014

  • Back to basics: Everything you need to know about car breakdown cover

    There is little in life less pleasant than being stranded with at the edge of a motorway with a young family on a cold, wet day - although getting stuck on a remote road ... Read more

    Jessica Bown - Financial journalist

    Updated: 22 January 2014

  • What does the Autumn Statement mean for you?

    The Chancellor's Autumn Statement was chock-full of cheery statistics about the performance of the economy - but hard-pressed consumers across the land will be trying to ... Read more

    Kevin Pratt - Content Editor, Insure and Home Services

    Updated: 05 December 2013

  • Whiplash crackdown key to cutting car costs

    The government has announced a package of measures aimed at driving down motoring costs - with a crackdown on whiplash claims at the centre of the plans.... Read more

    Les Roberts - Senior writer

    Updated: 23 October 2013

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