Damage to your credit record doesn't just mean less chance of a loan or credit card. It could also affect where you live and work. We explain all.
If your credit card or overdraft has been piling on the pounds over the festive season, it’s time to think about getting your finances back in shape. We explain how.
With new research revealing we keep an average of £4,000 secret from our other halves, perhaps we aren’t as trusting in our relationships as we thought.
Will savings and annuity rates ever recover? Do car insurance premiums have further to fall? We look at the financial prospects for the next 12 months.
George Osborne's mini-budget has some good news for motorists and rail commuters, but young people face a longer wait for retirement.
When shopping, it's important to know your rights in case things go wrong and purchases need to be returned. Here's a run down of what you need to know to protect your festive purchases.
Cheap credit is driving the UK’s economic growth and low-cost personal loans are leading the way.
Given that it’s still only September, you may be trying desperately hard to avoid any mention of the C-word.
Is it unfair for banks to lure customers with above-average returns on savings accounts, only to cut rates a few months later?
New rules that will make it easier to switch bank account are expected to lead to a sharp increase in the number of transfers carried out.
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