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Men are far more likely than women to lie about expenditure and hide the evidence, according to a new survey.
The average Brit has £4,500 of credit card debts, which could take as much as 17 years to pay off at an average interest rate of 17.9 per cent, according to Zopa.
Whether you are looking for credit to make vital home improvements or pay for a holiday, you will probably have two main options: take out a personal loan or apply for a credit card.
The number of people who carry no cash on them at all has almost doubled in nine months, a poll has found.
Brits abroad are set to be stung by millions of pounds worth of overseas credit and debit card charges this summer. Here's how you can avoid them.
The number of cash transactions is lower than ever as consumers embrace new ways to pay for everyday items on their debit cards, a study has found.
The Premier Group launches socially responsible investment fund; Sainsbury's Bank unveils two new credit cards; Strawberry Invest adds research tool.
A survey of thousands of credit card customers has found that retailers such as M&S and Tesco Banks trounce their more traditional rivals when it comes to customer satisfaction.
Monthly spending on contactless cards has exceeded £100m for the first time, data has shown, while the number of transactions has tripled in a year.
Shawbrook launches two fixed rate bonds; TSB and Santander unveil new credit cards; TD Direct introduces new 'Fund Selector' tool.
Lloyds Bank launches a balance transfer card and a mortgage cashback scheme; Metro Bank announces a loan for postgraduates; two smartphone apps make it easier to invest on the go.
TSB unveils 5 per cent current account; Nationwide launches fixed-rate ISAs; Bank of Scotland introduces lowest fee 0 percent balance transfer card.
Bank of Scotland has joined the balance transfer battle weeks after Nationwide launched the cheapest zero per cent deal on record.
They are only a relatively recent phenomenon but the days of contactless payment cards could soon be numbered, according to a new report.
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