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MBNA credit card holders may face extra interest as payment date is extended

MBNA credit card holders paying monthly interest on their debt could end up paying more from October

First-time buyer bonuses under Lifetime ISAs to come at exchange, after Help to Buy controversy

First-time buyers will be able to get a state bonus towards a first home when they exchange under the LISA scheme

Bank of England holds base rate at 0.25%

The Bank of England today kept the base rate at 0.25% – resisting temptation to make further changes to the rate

Revealed: The lenders STILL to pass on last month's base rate cut

At least seven lenders have yet to cut their SVRs following last month's base rate cut, as further changes are mulled

Regulator asks lenders to explain why they haven't passed on base rate savings

Mortgage lenders that have not yet passed on base rate savings to their customers could attract the attention of the FCA

Banks must take action over contactless card security flaw, says leading MP

A leading MP has said banks must do more to protect customers after MSE revealed a major contactless card security flaw

MSE launches free Credit Club to show your credit score, affordability and how lenders view you

MSE has today launched a major new tool - Credit Club - that will allow you to see how lenders might view you

The 'Are You Wasting Money?' Quiz

10 questions to see if you're wasting cash, and of course how to fix it

Record numbers seek debt help in 2016, warns charity

Over 300,000 owing an average of £14,000 each turned to StepChange for help between January and June

Martin Lewis urges Government to treat students as 'citizens, not just consumers' during Commons evidence session

Martin Lewis has today implored the Government to treat students "as voters and citizens, not just consumers"

Overdraft overhaul doesn't go far enough, warns Treasury Committee

A report ordering monthly unarranged overdraft fees to be capped has been criticised for not going far enough

Profit from the credit card price war

Banks are desperate to lend, so you can take advantage of blockbuster deals