Credit cards & loans
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned credit card firms to avoid hitting customers with extra fees when they run into financial trouble.
Saga Platinum credit card customers have just two weeks left to pay their balance. What should you do if your credit card closes?
Nationwide has scrapped its Simply Rewards cashback incentives on credit card spending. Find out what will happen and the best alternative cashback deals.
Consumers have even less time to pay off credit card debt using 0% balance transfer credit cards. Which? explains how to find the best deals on the market.
Which? analysis has found over half (59%) of loans on the market come with penalties that could catch borrowers out when trying to clear their debts early.
The next time you’re in-store or shopping online you could be given the choice to spread the cost of your purchase and pay by Laybuy. Is it safe?
Two-thirds of Brits with an unarranged overdraft have no idea how much it's costing them. Which? explains how to get back in control of debt.
We take a look at what the end of Saga's Platinum Credit Card means for customers and what to do if you've been affected.
M&S Bank has revived its 2.8% APR deal on loans between £7,500 and £20,000, but only if you can repay it within three years. Which? crunches the numbers.
If you’ve racked up credit card debt this year, don’t put off dealing with it. Use our tips to get back in control of your finances.