Credit cards & loans
Borrowers facing financial difficulties because of the coronavirus crisis may see support from car finance companies extended under the FCA's latest proposals.
With no pubs, no restaurants and no holidays, many UK consumers spent their money repaying billions in personal loans and credit card balances in April.
Taking a payment holiday on your credit card, loan and mortgage during the coronavirus pandemic need not harm your credit rating if it's done in the right way. Which? explains how.
With credit and lending cutbacks, even the most financially secure are worried about paying bills because of coronavirus. We explain the best ways to improve your chances of borrowing.
As Credit Awareness Week launches, Which? looks at where people are going wrong with their credit reports and how you can look after and improve your credit score.
Thousands of tenants could find it easier to get onto the housing ladder and get better credit deals as Equifax includes rent in credit scores. How to be included.
Should cash-strapped students turn to credit cards? We look at seven cards designed for students and weigh up their pros and cons against mainstream credit cards, overdrafts and 'buy-now-pay-later' schemes.
Monzo and NatWest will start showing customers their credit scores in its app. Here's how to track and improve your score.
NatWest is giving longstanding credit card holders longer to pay their balance via direct debit. Which? reveals when other major banks move your cash.
Travellers with a Thomas Cook prepaid card are being sent emails claiming its range of prepaid cards is about to close and all remaining funds need to be withdrawn. However,...