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Is time running out for 0% credit card deals?

17th June 2019

Over the past twelve months the average interest-free period available on 0% balance transfer credit cards has reduced by 63 days, while their equivalent purchase cards have seen a reduction of 29 days, according to data from the Moneyfacts UK Credit Card Trends Treasury Report

Over the past twelve months the average interest-free period available on 0% balance transfer credit cards has reduced by 63 days

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£10 unarranged overdraft can cost up to 2.5 times more in fees

16th June 2019

With the announcement this week that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will introduce a number of changes to make overdrafts fairer and easier to manage for borrowers, Moneyfacts.co.uk has examined data regarding unarranged overdraft fees

With the announcement this week that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will introduce a number of changes

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Five million consumers choosing a cashless lifestyle

15th June 2019

One in 10 UK adults, just over five million people, are choosing to live a largely cashless lifestyle, while debit cards continue to be the most popular payment method according to UK Finance’s latest Payment Markets Report

One in 10 UK adults, just over five million people, are choosing to live a largely cashless lifestyle, while debit cards continue to be the most popular payment method

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 14.06.2019

14th June 2019

This week the best rate in both the moving home and remortgage charts was 1.26% discounted variable for two years. For first-time buyers the best rate on offer was also a variable rate of 2.54% discounted variable for two-years

A round up of the best residential mortgage rates this week

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