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Has it become easier to get a bad credit mortgage?

Which? explains the mortgage options available for borrowers with impaired credit histories, including those who've had IVAs, CCJs or bankruptcies.

Two-thirds of people don’t know the cost of their overdraft

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.

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.

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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.

Complaints

Britain’s debt problems revealed: credit complaints soar by 90%

Complaints about debts and payday loans have rocketed over the past year, as Brits increasingly rely on credit to finance their spending, the Financial Ombudsman Service has warned. Complaints against payday...

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