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  • TSB lands on the high street

    From Monday, September 9, a new bank lands on Britain's high streets. But, chances are, it's one you are already familiar with. TSB, which was last seen back in 1995 and carri

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 06 September 2013

  • What's the best mobile banking app?

    Two thirds of us (66%) could manage if our bank didn't have a branch, according to our latest poll at MoneySuperMarket, suggesting many of us are happy with online and telepho

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 05 September 2013

  • 5 reasons to switch bank account

    If you've had the same current account for as long as you can remember, you could be missing out on a whole host of benefits.

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 04 September 2013

  • The best branch-free money deals

    With many of us preferring to manage our money online these days, it's not surprising that bank branches are rapidly starting to disappear from our high streets.

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 21 August 2013

  • Current Account Switch Service to launch on September 16

    The official launch date for the new Current Account Switch Service has today been confirmed by the Payments Council as Monday, September 16.

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 16 August 2013

  • How to make the most cashback

    Most of us would welcome a regular cash injection with open arms right now, but with salaries barely moving and the cost of living going up, finding extra income isn't easy.

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 15 August 2013

  • Get paid to switch your current account

    New research by Santander shows that one in four of us find the prospect of seeing the doctor or having a blood test less daunting than changing bank, while one in five would

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 15 August 2013

  • How to fund your life at university

    There's no escaping the fact that university is expensive but, if you know where to look, there are lots of sources of funding available to help you make ends meet.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 14 August 2013

  • Student accounts for 2013

    So you've got the A-level results you wanted and you're off to university. The next decision you'll need to make is which student account to go for.

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 13 August 2013

  • 5 ways to beat inflation

    The national minimum wage, first introduced 15 years ago, is no longer useful according to one of its key architects Sir George Bain, as it's falling in value in real terms. C

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 01 August 2013

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