Urgent calls to eliminate ‘rip-off’ overdraft fees which can cost seven times more than a payday loan have been backed by 84 MPs.
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Increasing numbers of customers are communicating with their bank using online webchat facilities and apps, a new report on banking trends has revealed.
Watering plants or lawns can contribute to soaring water bills in the summer months, with up to 70% of our supply being used in the garden at peak demand.
With the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just a day away, new research has revealed we spend more time preparing our finances for tying the knot than starting a pension.
Seven million people in the UK don’t consider they are in debt yet also have at least one credit agreement.
Reports of a joint venture between Apple and Goldman Sachs to launch a credit card have whet the public appetite for more tech giants to offer banking products.
Motorists are being warned of the financial penalties they could face because of the stricter system for MOTs being introduced on Sunday.
Shariah-compliant savings products might be considered mainstream but they are absent from the majority of websites which compare rates.
The amount of women taking control of the household bills is nearly at the same level as men, a new survey has revealed.
Motorists making claims for car damage caused by potholes has soared in the first four months of the year by 171%.