A good current account is vital for basic financial management - it gives you access to credit cards, mortgages, loans, and other credit products. Find out all you need to know about current accounts in our guides below.
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Current accounts are at the core of the personal finance ecosystem. You need a bank account to pay and receive money, and to have other products like credit cards and mortgages.