Make sure you're up to date with all the latest news, tips and guides by checking out the 10 most popular stories on Moneywise.co.uk in November 2017.
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1. Deal of the week: Earn 4.2% interest overnight at Asda
Savvy shoppers can earn the equivalent of 4.2% interest overnight when they use an Asda Christmas Savings Card this weekend.
2. Autumn Budget 2017: Government boosts personal allowance and minimum wage – what you’ll receive in 2018/19
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced an increase in the personal allowance and higher rate tax band, while the national living wage and minimum wage will also rise in the next tax year.
3. Atom Bank boosts savings rates – act fast to bag a market-leading deal
Atom Bank has leapt to the top of the savings best buy tables with the launch of three new market-leading accounts.
4. Best Cash Isa rates this week
If you're a UK taxpayer it's always worth considering a Cash Isa, even though most people can now get some savings interest tax-free.
5. BT customers to be hit with inflation-busting landline, broadband and BT Sport price rises
BT is raising some of its landline, broadband and BT Sport prices in an inflation-busting move from 7 January 2018.
6. NS&I boosts Premium Bond prize fund and raises savings rates
More than 25 million National Savings & Investments (NS&I) Premium Bond and savings account holders are set to benefit from increased returns as the provider makes changes to its range.
7. Best savings rates this week
Whether it's for a rainy day or for a one-off big purchase, it's crucial to make your savings work hard for you.
8. Autumn Budget 2017 predictions: Will the Chancellor take from the old to give to the young?
On Wednesday 22 November Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver the Budget amid calls for bold action on rebalancing opportunities for younger generations.
9. Government extends Isa inheritance allowance
Spouses will soon be able to inherit the whole value of their deceased partner’s Isas tax free, including any growth in assets following their death.
10. ‘Fifty-somethings’ face unemployment trap
People in their 50s are more likely than any other age group to be unemployed and find it harder to get a new job than younger workers, according to a new study from the Centre for Ageing Better.