Make sure you're up to date with all the latest news, tips and guides by checking our 10 most popular stories on Moneywise.co.uk in November 2016.
1. Santander slashes 123 account interest: other options - Santander 123 account holders will earn just 1.5% interest from today (1 Nov), as the bank has slashed the rate from 3%.
2. What should I do with £15,000 in a poorly paying cash Isa? - Our saving expert answers a reader's question regarding the best place to keep money.
3. Broadband companies sneak through 22% price hikes - Broadband providers have snuck through price hikes of up to 22% while tweaking internet tariffs as part of the regulator’s rules to make them “fairer and more transparent”.
4. How to cut your income tax bill on earnings from £10,000 to £200,000 - Most of us pay tax on everything from our income and company benefits to our weekly shopping and holidays. But, although our taxes are necessary to help fund schools, the NHS and the country’s infrastructure, no one wants to pay more than necessary.
5. Autumn Statement 2016: NS&I to launch new bond paying 2.2% - One of the rabbits pulled out of chancellor Philip Hammond’s hat is the announcement of a new market-leading three-year savings bond.
6. Earn £65k and own home outright to 'feel' wealthy - People who feel wealthy typically earn in the region of £65,000 and enjoy a total household income of over £86,000, according to new research from Lloyds Bank.
7. This is what's really wrong with the Lifetime Isa - A recent impact assessment published by the Treasury on the Lifetime Isa (Lisa) estimated that over 200,000 people will be saving into a Lisa in 2017/18, subscribing on average £3,500 per year.
8. Toblerone shrunk as weak pound piles on pressure - Chocolate fans will be disappointed to hear that chocolatier Mondelez has taken the knife to another of its iconic brands, scooping 10% of the chocolate from two of its Toblerone bars.
9. Trump victory dents world markets: what it means for your investments - Republican Donald Trump has won 278 electoral college votes to become the United States of America’s 45th President, beating Hilary Clinton, the Democratic candidate.
10. Autumn Statement 2016: Pension saving allowance slashed - In his first Autumn Statement, the new Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans to reduce the Money Purchase Annual Allowance from £10,000 a year to just £4,000 from April 2017.