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Save our cash by letting banks share deserted high street branches,

Natalie Ceeney, the country’s leading authority on the damage done to communities when banks and cash machines close, states the Federal government and regulator have simply ‘months left’ to introduce rules that will safeguard across the country access to cash. Failure to act quickly, she states, will leave hundreds of …

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Yorkshire BS boss Mike Regnier nets ₤ 226,000 bonus

The chairman of a parliamentary group that usually waves the flag for financial mutuals has actually criticised building societies for awarding presidents five or six-figure benefits last year while the country remained in lockdown. Special research by The Mail on Sunday reveals that 23 building society managers received bonus offers …

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Would you spy on granny’s financial deals? Debit card launched

A new monetary services business has launched a debit card that permits families, friends and carers to manage a senior’s financial affairs through a virtual or physical debit card. The co-founder of GuardianCard, Nick Thompson, says the business and card were developed to prevent the senior undergoing theft and other …

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Cash Isas: Are they still worth having?

Well, if the past year has taught us anything, it’s how important it is to have a money fund set aside for emergencies. So while cost savings rates may have fallen to pitiful lows, it would be ill-advised to desert cash completely Each year, savers till millions of pounds into …

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