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Spend on your credit card without paying interest for more than two years

Both the Post Office and Virgin are now offering best-buy credit cards that will charge 0% interest on purchases for 25 and 24 months respectively, allowing you to spread the costs of large items over long period of time without being penalised.

11 Aug 15 Read More

Capital One To Reduce Cashback Offers

Every year Capital One credit card users could look forward to the benefit of hundreds of pounds worth of cashback offers. However the card provider has now decided to cut this perk for its existing customers and remove the feature entirely for any new customers that join.

3 Jun 15 Read More

Interest Rates on Credit Cards Reaches 9 Year High

Providers are now charging an average of 20% interest on credit cards, in an attempt to make back some of the money that they lost on the introductory offers that many of them had previously been giving out.

1 Jun 15 Read More

Nationwide to Abolish Charge for Credit Card Customers Who Pass Spending Limit

Nationwide has decided to remove its £12 charge that is normally paid by customers who go over their monthly spending limit on their credit card.

1 May 15 Read More

The credit card limits of 15 million people have been raised leading to fears of overspending

A debt organisation has warned that millions of people across the UK are at risk of over expenditure after their credit card limits were increased.

28 Apr 15 Read More

Capital One Reduces Cashback Reward Scheme

Capital One have announced their decision to slash the reward scheme they offer on their products. They say it is a response to the decision by the European Parliament to implement a cap on “interchange fees”.

14 Apr 15 Read More

Halifax Introduces 16 month Fee-Free Credit Card

Halifax have introduced a competitive fee-free credit card on to the market, giving cardholders the ability to pay off their debt for free for up to sixteen months.

9 Apr 15 Read More

How well do you really know your partner?

Honesty is everything in matters of the heart - find out if you're heading for romantic riches or relationship bankruptcy.

17 Feb 15 Read More

Best Balance Transfer deals around to soothe your Seasonal Debts!

The New Year is upon us and alongside the bags of goodwill, sacks of presents and boxes of leftover mince pies that remain, for many people there is also a sizeable amount of debt that dauntingly looms over as they trudge back to work their next pay check all too far away.

5 Jan 15 Read More

Interest rate rise on the cards “could present a huge risk to our economy” (BCC director general John Longworth)

Mark Carney, talking to Birmingham Post, had claimed that inflation likely to drop below 1% over the next few months, not rising again until late 2015. “…for this economy to have balance and inflation to get back to 2% [the Bank of England’s target] over the next few years…in all likelihood…interest rates are going to have to increase”.

10 Dec 14 Read More

Top Credit Cards

Nectar Low Balance Transfer Fee Credit Card

Sainsburys Bank
  • 18.9% APR
  • 0% on BT (30months )
  • 1.5% Intro BT Fee
  • 0% on Purchases (6 months)
If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 18.95% p.a.(variable), you will pay 18.9% APR Representative (variable).

Balance Transfer Credit Card (40 Mths)

  • 18.9% APR
  • 0% on BT (40months )
  • 2.95% Intro BT Fee
  • 0% on Purchases (6 months)
If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 18.95% p.a.(variable), you will pay 18.9% APR Representative (variable).

Platinum Balance Transfer Card (37 Mths)

Bank of Scotland
  • 18.9% APR
  • 0% on BT (37months )
  • 2.65% Intro BT Fee
  • 0% on Purchases (6 months)
If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 18.95% p.a.(variable), you will pay 18.9% APR Representative (variable).

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