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Guide to balance transfer cards
Since the 1990s, balance transfer credit cards have been amongst the most popular cards in the UK, and it’s easy to see why. Read our guide to learn more about why these cards are so popular in the UK.
Joint accounts are a popular way for couples and others with joint bills to pay to simplify their finances, but they do not come without risks. Read our joint account guide to ensure you understand what opening a joint account really means.
Section 75 offers shoppers using UK-issued credit cards some of the most powerful purchase protection in the world. Learn more about this free cover, when it applies, and what you need to do to access it.
Making sure your money is protected following a collapse of an institution is important. This guide gives details of how the Finacial Services Compensation Scheme is there to protect consumers and make sure they don't loose their money.
The Sale of Goods act offers protection to consumers who feel they have been mis sold a products, but to use it you need to know your rights. This guide give you the knowledge to have real consumer power.
Everyone wants to be be able to save - to have a stash of cash for a rainy day, but as a nation we are very bad at Saving. Read our guide to learn how you can "get in the habit" and build for your financial future.
Prepaid cards are an innovative alternative to bank accounts and offer many of the same features. If you have bad credit, are new to the UK, or just prefer to avoid the high street banks; a prepaid card account could be right for you.
Buying a house is long and complex process. It's probably the biggest financial decision you'll ever make, so prepare yourself by reading our guide to help you avoid the hazards of climbing the UK property ladder.
As wages have struggled to keep pace with food prices over recent years many people have had cut back, but with smarter shopping you could get the same for less! Read our guide to learn how you can slash your grocery bill and save.
Despite looking very similar, the different types of payment cards available to transact electronically online & instore are in fact very different. Read our guide to understand what's the best payment card for you.
Your retirement should be something to look forward to, but with options becoming ever more complex how do you plan. Our guide to pension options offers ideas regarding alternatives to the basic pension that is provide by the state.
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