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.
Free current accounts give you free everyday banking and money management, but will usually charge a fee on overdrafts, foreign transactions, and other banking facilities.
Digital current accounts let you access all of your banking needs at any time, from any place - even outside your branch's normal opening hours or if you're travelling abroad.
HSBC, Natwest, M&S Bank offer big switch incentives to hopefully entice disgruntled TSB customers.
If you run a business, you should get a business bank account. There's a big variety of accounts with different charges and fees. How can you get the best account for your business needs?
Basic bank accounts are for people who fail to get a normal current account, due to bankruptcy, IVAs, or a poor credit history.
Arranged overdrafts can be one of the most expensive ways of borrowing money - often worse than a short-term loan or credit card. Here's how to pay less for your overdraft.