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.
With every joint account, there's a financial association which can affect your credit score. Find out how to improve your joint account credit score here.
If you're married or cohabiting with others, managing shared bills can be a challenge. Joint accounts are a tidy solution.
Joint accounts can make living together much easier, and net you some juicy rewards, but do your research first before financially linking your credit history.
Switching current accounts is super-easy in the UK. Pick up a free cash incentive (up to £200) for switching, and get some better customer service to boot.
Follow these six steps to stay safe online and stop yourself becoming a victim of online fraud or identity theft.
Reclaiming bank charges may sound like a complicated matter but, with our dedicated guide we simplify the process. Read more here.
You will have to put some work into it, but you can earn a decent return from your current account.
More and more people are struggling to pay basic household bills without falling into debt. Here's how to build up your financial resilience.
If you are dissatisfied with your current bank, simply fancy a change, or want to pick some hard cash as a switching incentive, now is the time to shop around.
Debt isn't only caused by losing a job or poor personal finance: illness and vulnerability are a major cause of indebtedness, too.
Discover everything you need to know about high interest bank accounts in our detailed guide, with figures and tips on how to find the best one.
Tough new data protection rules - called GDPR - will come into force on May 25 across Europe, including in the UK. Here's how GDPR will affect your relationship with companies, including your bank and credit card provider.