Nationwide revamps credit card fees, but will other providers do the same?
Nationwide credit card customers will no longer be charged for going over their limit from today
1 May 2015
Will the election hit the pound? It's at €1.39, so should I buy now?
The pound is at near record highs with £1 buying €1.39, but politics does play a role in currency movement
24 April 2015
RBS axes its YourPoints credit card reward scheme: Are you hit?
RBS has revealed it's scrapping its YourPoints credit card reward scheme as a result of a cap on interchange fees
16 April 2015
You've a new £15,240 ISA allowance - get 2.25% interest
Everyone aged 16 or over now has a brand-new £15,240 cash ISA allowance - here are the 10 need-to-knows
8 April 2015
Cash ISA year ends Sunday: Get up to 2.25% tax-free interest
The tax year ends on 5 April, so there are just days left for any UK over-16 to use their £15,000 tax-free ISA allowance
1 April 2015
Does loyalty pay when it comes to cash ISAs?
Some providers have upped cash ISA rates for savers who also have a current account with them. But does loyalty pay?
30 March 2015
The best and worst banks: First Direct tops the table and Barclays gets the wooden spoon
More than 90% of First Direct's current account customers rate its service as 'great', compared to 39% at Barclays
25 February 2015
There's never been a better time to switch bank - the 10 need-to-knows
Banks are salivating for business, pushing out lucrative perks for switchers. Here are the 10 need-to-knows
25 February 2015
Lloyds is worst offender for wrongly rejecting customer complaints
Lloyds Bank wrongly turned away the most complaints, with 74% of consumers' complaints upheld by the ombudsman
24 February 2015
Does Santander 123's 3% interest beat a cash ISA?
ISA season is nearly upon us, so should you open one? Or should you save in an interest paying bank account instead?
16 February 2015
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Beware paying for a day of EU mobile roaming but only getting a minute - MSE warns of sharp practices as post-Brexit protections end8 August 2022MoneySavingExpert.com has today published a new report containing worrying findings on EU roaming. It comes as post-Brexit roaming protections have now ended and most major networks have reintroduced roaming fees in the EU, ultimately leaving mobile users with weaker rights and many with higher costs.
5 August 2022The Bank of England has increased the base rate to 1.75% from 1.25% - the biggest single rise in 27 years. This rate is used by the central bank to charge other banks and lenders when they borrow money – and influences what borrowers pay and savers earn.
4 August 2022The price cap on how much energy suppliers can charge households will now change every three months from October, instead of every six months, regulator Ofgem has confirmed. Due to the current high wholesale energy costs, it means we're likely to see price rises TWICE this winter.
Coventry Building Society customers hit by payment delays after online services go down – here's what you need to know4 August 2022Coventry Building Society customers have been unable to make payments, transfer cash or withdraw from their current and savings accounts online after "an internal technical issue" meant some of its services went down for almost two days.
Mortgage holder alert as new figures reveal 370,000 are overpaying – can you save £1,000s/yr? Here's how to check3 August 2022Hundreds of thousands of homeowners are overpaying on their mortgage because they're languishing on their lender's standard variable rate, new data from the financial regulator has revealed. Yet savings of £1,000s a year may be available if homeowners remortgage to more competitive deals – something they may want to consider sooner rather than later with further interest rate rises expected.
11 July 2022Update 17 July 2017: We tend to think since Brexit that the pound’s weaker than it has been for decades. While somewhat true against the dollar, against the euro it’s only a tad worse now than when I first wrote this in 2014. The logic of this blog stands just as strongly now. On the Spanish-English website...
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