A good credit score usually means lenders will offer you better deals and lower interest rates. But what is a good score and how can you improve yours?
Having a good credit score can boost your chances of being accepted for credit. Here's how to check yours for free
Lenders look at your credit score to see how reliable you’ve been with credit in the past. Our guide coves how to improve your score – so you’ll have access to a wider range of cards, loans and mortgages
If you’ve got an outstanding balance on your credit card, our handy calculator will help you work out how long it will take to pay it off
Contactless payments have become an increasingly popular way to pay. Here, we cover how ‘tap and go’ works on credit and debit cards
There aren’t any advantages to overpaying on your credit card, but if it happens in error it’s not usually something to worry about, as our guide explains
Knowing your credit limit can save you from expensive mistakes when it comes to credit card spending
Balance transfer cards help you manage your money by moving debts to a lower interest rate. Our guide explains how balance transfer cards work and what to watch out for
How long it’ll take for your credit card to arrive can depend on a few factors. In our guide, MoneySuperMarket lets you know how long it might take.
When you buy something with a debit or credit card you are protected through something called chargeback. Our guide explains how it works
Looking to improve your credit score but not sure where to start? This guide explains how finding the right credit card can help increase your credit rating
Getting a refund on your credit card shouldn’t be difficult. Here's what you need to know about credit card refunds
Credit cards are a useful tool for managing your money and there’s a wide range of different types to suit different needs. Our guide can help you decide which is right for you
Google Pay is an online payment system that lets people make payments both in-person and via apps and websites
A business credit card could make your financial admin easier and offer benefits, from travel insurance and cashback, to 0% on purchases for a time
The type of credit card you can get will depend on your personal circumstances. Here’s how to find the right card for you
What is the difference between a representative and personal annual percentage rate? Read our guide to find out more about these often-confused rates
Credit cards can give you flexibility with your spending, help you clear debt more easily, build your credit profile and earn rewards. Some cards are even designed specifically for students
If you've been turned down for credit there are steps you can take to find out why and help improve your credit score
Credit cards can help you spread costs. But they come with fees and charges. Our guide explains more, including the fees to keep a look out for
Struggling with debt on your credit cards? Our guide explains your options and the steps you can take to pay it off more quickly
Credit cards can be handy to manage your finances, but is it a good idea to have more than one and will it damage your credit rating?
Our guide explains how to apply for a credit card without fear of being turned down and seeing your credit rating damaged – even if you have bad credit
Credit cards can be handy but in the wrong hands – there can be dire consequences. Find out how to keep your plastic safe and secure
Using a balance transfer credit card is a popular way to consolidate debt to make it easier and cheaper to pay off. Our guide explains how it works
A credit card is a type of loan where the money you spend is borrowed from the card provider rather than taken from your bank account
If you’re out of work and not earning you might think that you won’t be able to get a credit card. But that’s not always the case as our guide explains
Credit cards are a great way to spread the cost of big purchases or even get useful perks – but there are risks. Read our guide to find out if a credit card is right for you
Having a high limit credit card might sound appealing. But how can you get one in the UK and how do they work?
How do joint credit cards work in the UK and who is responsible for paying off the balance? Find out more...
Transferring a credit card balance can be a great way to cut interest repayments and clear your debt faster. Our guide explains more
Travel credit cards can be a great way to spend on holiday, but if you choose the wrong one, you could be hit with high fees and charges. Our guide explains how to avoid the pitfalls
Struggling to decide on the best type of credit card for you? Our guide covers the types of credit card available and their differences so you can compare them
Continuous payment authorities are used to pay bills and subscriptions, but how are they different from standing orders and direct debits, and how can you cancel them? Our guide explains more…
Buy now pay later allows you to make purchases but pay for it at a later date. But can you use a payment plan like this if you’ve got a poor credit rating?
Applying for a credit card can seem complicated if you’ve never gone through a credit card application before. Here we cover how to get a credit card from choosing a provider to your credit score
A credit card statement should tell you everything you need to know about how you’ve used your card, including what you’ve spent, how much you owe, the interest rates and when you need to pay it off
As a young person, the rules around credit card borrowing can feel confusing. We surveyed 2000 young people to understand their relationship with credit. Find out more
Apple Pay can be a convenient payment option – giving you the option to pay with your iphone or watch, both in store and online. Our guide covers how it works and what to consider
Finished studying and looking for a credit card? Our guide explains the options to help you make the right choice
Credit cards can be a useful way of managing your finances, but there can be a charges and fees to watch out for. Our guide explains the different charges and how they work, so you won’t fall foul of them
A new credit card might be a great option, but they don’t suit everyone. Our guide looks at the things to consider before applying
Credit cards can be a helpful tool for managing your finances. Our guide explains more so you can decide if a card is right for you
If you’re no longer using a credit card, you might think it’s sensible to cancel it. But how do you go about it and is it a good idea?
Credit cards can be a useful budgeting tool, but is it a good idea to have more than one and will it damage your credit rating? Our guide explains
Cashback credit cards reward savvy spenders for purchases they make, but with plenty of choice and different rates and incentives, which one is right for you?
Cashback is a way of being rewarded every time you spend on your credit card. But how do cashback credit cards work and are they right for you?
Finding a credit card with poor credit can be tough, but some cards are easier to be accepted for. Our guide explains more