Our credit card guides can help you decide which is the best type of card for your needs, be it a balance transfer, purchase, cashback or reward card. We also explain the legal protection available.
Borrowing costs money. A lender will usually charge a borrower a percentage of the money lent, rather than a flat fee. This is called interest. This guide covers the basics of how interest works, what it is and what it means for your finances.
It is a record of your financial history, including details of when you have borrowed money and the repayments you have made. Here is what else it shows.
You can take these steps to improve your credit score and increase your chances of getting accepted for credit in the future.
UK households typically increase their spending in December. If you plan to spend more money on Christmas this year, use a credit card to make it work for you.
Applying for a store card at your favourite shop might bag you a discount, but there could be a cheaper option. Here's how store cards work and what they cost.
Here are the credit card charges you need to know about and how to avoid them.
Here is how to prepare yourself for your first credit card application.
You can get rewards like shopping vouchers for just spending on some credit cards. Here is how they work and how to choose a card with the rewards you want.
Here is how to improve your chances of getting accepted for a credit card.
You could earn free flights just by spending on an air miles credit card. Here is how they work and how to pick the right card.
If you pay off your credit card every month you could make a profit on your spending with a cashback card. Here is how to pick a card and maximise what you earn.
If you want to find the cheapest travel credit card to use on holiday this year, it is important to compare as many as possible to find the best one.