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 January 2017.
1. Sky to hike broadband, TV and call prices: details revealed - Sky customers will be hit with a range of inflation busting price hikes from 1 March.
2. Sky customers warned of future price hikes - Sky customers are being warned to expect an increase to their line rental charges in March this year.
3. Millions of BT customers to be hit with price hikes, but you can cancel penalty free - BT’s ten million customers will be hit with inflation busting price hikes from 2 April as the provider has today announced it’s upping a range of broadband, home phone and BT Sport prices, as well as certain call costs.
4. 17 ways to be better off in 2017 - Many of us will be resolving to get into better shape in 2017. But that shouldn’t only be a physical resolution: there are plenty of things we can all do to ensure our finances are in a healthier state too.
5. What should I do with £80,000? Should I put it into a pension? - Our financial planning expert answers a reader's question regarding what to do with a lump sum of money.
6. Minimise your tax bill with 10 tax saving tips - With many expecting inflation to rise this year, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to think about how you can make your money go further at the final hurdle – the taxman.
7. Deal of the week: Amazon launches reward credit card - Online retailer Amazon has this week launched a new credit card offering rewards for spending on its own website and elsewhere.
8. When will UK interest rates rise? - The UK base rate remains at a historic low but analysts are already looking to the future, with some expecting interest rates to rise sooner rather than later.
9. The top 10 money bloggers' guide to making and saving money in 2017 - For great money-making and money-saving ideas, take inspiration from the UK’s top money bloggers. If they can do it, then so can you…
10. 'Angry' savers struggle to set aside cash - Almost a third of UK savers do not have enough in their account to cover three months’ salary, with people describing themselves as ‘angry’ at the current situation.