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.
If you're deciding whether to open a current or savings account - or both! - make sure you know the differences.
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.
If you have a trust or joint account, accessing the deceased's bank account is easy. Otherwise, you must apply for probate. Plan ahead with our guide.
Switching current accounts has never been easier, and can net you up to £200 in cold hard cash for doing so. Here's why you should switch accounts - and what you should keep in mind.
Student bank accounts are free to use and offer a wealth of goodies, freebies and discounts - because banks want to keep you as a loyal customer after you graduate.
Reward current accounts reward you with free cashback and other benefits just for putting money into your account and everyday spending.
Prepaid current accounts and cards are comparable to conventional bank accounts, but you can't go into debt and they can help with your financial planning.
Some pay-at-pump petrol machines now put a £99 pre-authorisation charge on your card. Some customers have reported that the charge sticks around for a few days. Here's why it happens and how to get rid of it.
Personal finance can be complicated, that's why we've created this guide to show you how to avoid personal financial mistakes.
Packaged current accounts can save you hundreds of pounds per year, as long as you need and use all of the extra rewards and benefits.
FCA says there's no such thing as free banking: over 30% of bank income from current accounts is from overdraft fees and charges.