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  • Should you pay off your credit card or save?

    With savings rates so low, wouldn't it make sense to use them to clear any debt you have instead? After all, if your savings are earning less than 2%, and your credit card deb

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 20 November 2013

  • 5 ‘perfect fit’ credit cards

    The credit card market has got even more competitive in recent weeks – with a raft of new deals and some favourable changes to existing ones. So whether you plan to borrow on

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 14 November 2013

  • Focus On: Choose your own credit card rewards

    A new-launch credit card from Lloyds Bank now allows you to choose how you want to be rewarded for your spending. And it’s only available through MoneySuperMarket, or direct f

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 13 November 2013

  • Mis-selling: Are YOU entitled to compensation?

    Seven million people who have been mis-sold card or identity protection policies will receive letters in the next few days asking them to approve a compensation scheme which c

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 11 November 2013

  • Six ways to de-stress your financial life

    We all get stressed at times - and money worries are a common cause. To mark National Stress Awareness Day last Wednesday, which promotes awareness of the dangers of excessive

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 05 November 2013

  • Best ever credit card deals!

    If you’ve got a stack of credit card debt to clear, the great news is it’s becoming even easier to do so. A number of credit card providers have ramped up their 0% balance tra

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 30 October 2013

  • Focus on: Sainsbury’s improves Nectar Credit Card

    Sainsbury’s Bank is offering some early festive cheer to anyone considering applying for its Nectar Credit Card by upping the 0% term on new purchases and reducing its annual

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 30 October 2013

  • Festive finances: Grab an exclusive credit card!

    Ready or not, Christmas is just two short months away – and this invariably results in more expense.

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 25 October 2013

  • Avios Travel Rewards explained

    Getting a reward on your everyday spending is brilliant – that’s why so many of us are joining loyalty or cashback schemes.

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 24 October 2013

  • Focus on: Pay 0% interest for 18 months on your Christmas shopping

    Many of us are already struggling to manage our household bills, so will find trying to cover all those impending Christmas costs a real financial stretch.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 24 October 2013

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