Take a look at our helpful credit card guides and reviews. Find out all about the different types of credit cards, how to improve your credit score, and how to get out of debt.
As your life and financial situation changes, so should your credit cards! How do you choose which credit card to switch to, though? Read these five tips for switching credit cards.
Credit cards, loans, and hire purchases must all have an APR. But what is APR, and how does it affect the interest you'll pay? And is representative APR different?
Cashback credit cards pay you back a percentage of the amount you spend on your credit card - effectively money for nothing. But which cashback card is best, and what caveats should you watch out for?
A credit builder card lets you boost your credit score by telling the credit card issuer that you are responsible with credit. Ideal for a first credit card.
Credit cards for bad credit are a good place to start building up your credit score. Discover how credit cards for bad credit work in our guide.
0% purchase credit cards are ideal if you're looking to not pay interest for a long time. Check out the best 0 purchase credit cards here at Bankrate UK.
0% credit cards let you pay no interest on transferred debt or purchases, or sometimes both, for a fixed period of time.
Find out how to improve your credit score. Knowing how to increase your credit score will help you qualify for the best mortgages, loans, and credit cards.
To answer the question 'how to use a credit card', we must understand what a credit card can do for you. Here's a detailed guide on the matter.
Credit card companies now have to watch out for customers with persistent debt, and then give them a way of getting out of debt, which could include waiving fees and interest charges.
Here are six reasons why you could be turned down for credit - and how to fix them, so that you don't get rejected again in the future.
Reward credit cards offer you rewards for spending on your credit card. You get cashback, airmiles, or other rewards for free - just from your everyday spending.