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Pay No Interest For Over A Year With A 0% Purchase...

A 0% purchase credit card can be a great way to spread the cost of your shopping - without paying a penny in interest....

The best ways to get out of debt

If you’re deeply in debt, the future may seem very bleak. However, facing your financial situation and getting the right help needn’t be a...

Credit card protection: Your consumer rights

Shopping with credit cards affords you certain legal rights. But the power to use them is only available to credit card users who know...

Tourists ‘run out of holiday cash’

If you're planning a family holiday this summer, have you thought about how much money you'll spend while you're away? Most holidaymakers run out of cash after just five days abroad, new research suggests. ...

Britons ‘continue to pay down their debts’

If you have been keeping a close eye on your family's spending in recent months in an attempt to scale back your debts, it would seem that you are not alone in embracing frugality. Research conducted by the British Bankers&#...

How to teach your teens to pay for themselves

Teenage wants are notoriously expensive. But pleasing them doesn’t have to mean haemorrhaging your bank account! Here are some tips to make it work...

How to increase your Credit Report

Two years ago I had a very downbeat conversation with one of my clients – let’s call him Arlie.  He was having a very...

Ten steps to getting your finances back on track

Many of us are struggling to repay debts and look after our families at the moment, let alone save for the future. But there...

Families ‘may find cashback cards useful’

Credit cards can offer a useful way for us parents to get through to payday if we're hit by unexpected expenses like car repair work,additional childcare costs or inflated winter energy bills. While there are many products ...

Paying with cash ‘encourages healthier food shop’

When it comes to doing your family food shopping, do you normally pay by card or cash? Illuminating new research from the US reckons that we're likely to buy more junk food when paying for it via credit and debit cards. ...