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.
NatWest is giving longstanding credit card holders longer to pay their balance via direct debit. Which? reveals when other major banks move your cash.
The financial regulator has warned banks not to unjustly cancel credit cards of persistent borrowers. Here we explain if you'll be affected and what you can do.
UK credit cards issued by the Bank of Ireland, AA and the Post Office will be transferred to a new owner in 2020. Find out how your credit card will be affected.
Credit card borrowing exceeds £70bn but many Brits put their credit scores at risk. Find out common mistakes to avoid and how to boost your creditworthiness.
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.
Over the last past few years, the number of supermarket credit cards has boomed, but can they offer you a better deal than high street banks?
Lloyds Bank is drastically cutting the number of Avios points existing customers can earn on its reward credit cards and scrapping free flight and upgrade incentives.