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April’s Premium Bond winners celebrate

1st April 2020

Despite the turmoil that the Coronavirus pandemic has caused across the world’s financial markets, there are more people today celebrating a win on their premium bonds.

Despite the turmoil that the Coronavirus pandemic has caused across the world’s financial markets, there are more people today celebrating a win on their premium bonds.

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New overdraft fees introduced

1st April 2020

Consumers who regularly go into their overdraft will likely notice that the rates they are being charged will change this month, as banks introduce their new overdraft fees

Consumers who regularly go into their overdraft will likely notice that the rates they are being charged will change this month, as banks introduce their new overdraft fees

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Mortgage rates fall but mortgage lenders withdraw products

31st March 2020

Although mortgage rates have continued to fall, homeowners looking to remortgage may find it more difficult as many lenders have withdrawn their mortgage deals

Although mortgage rates have continued to fall, homeowners looking to remortgage may find it more difficult as many lenders have withdrawn their mortgage deals

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How to get a Coronavirus buy-to-let mortgage holiday

31st March 2020

We explain how landlords can ask for buy-to-let mortgage holidays if their tenants are in financial difficulty due to Covid-19

We explain how landlords can ask for buy-to-let mortgage holidays if their tenants are in financial difficulty due to Covid-19

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Mortgage tips for over 70s

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How are my savings taxed?

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a Personal Savings Allowance (PSA) of £1,000.

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