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Balance transfer credit cards: interest-free periods drop by five months

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.

Can you get the best credit card from a supermarket?

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 to slash Avios points on credit cards

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.

7 ways to avoid being ripped off at the cash machine on holiday

From dodgy exchange rates to hidden fees, Which? explains the pitfalls of using your debit or credit cards overseas and offers tips for spending abroad.

Barclaycard is scrapping these credit card interest charges: here’s what you need to know

Barclaycard is waiving interest on its 0% balance transfer and purchase promotion credit cards - we explain what this change will mean for you.

Credit card interest rates on the rise: how to find the best deals

The cost of borrowing is rising, with the average credit card interest rate hitting 23.1%. Which? takes a look at how 0% balance transfer cards can help.

Travel money: the best cards to use abroad for holiday spending

If you’re going on holiday, you should give your spending money some thought. Which? reveals the cheapest debit, credit and prepaid cards to use abroad.

Four borrowing hacks that can help save you money

From borrowing more money to 'stoozing' on an interest-free card, these borrowing strategies can help you save money and build up your credit score.

Ask an expert: how do I protect my card details on holiday?

Find out the best ways to protect your credit and debit cards when travelling.

Close up of a card payment being made betweem a man and a waiter in a cafe.

Three ways credit card companies must help you deal with debt

New FCA rules will require credit card companies to help people struggling with persistent debt - including reducing their interest payments.

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