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Credit Cards Guides

We've collated our most popular and most recently-published credit card guides in one place for you. Designed to help you through the basics as well as more complicated issues, browse our entire back catalogue today.

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How to improve your credit score

Our guide sets out 11 steps to boosting your credit score and tell you what to do and what to avoid to increase your credit scrore.

Our guide sets out 11 steps to boosting your credit score and tell you what to do and what to avoid to increase your credit scrore.

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What are the best credit cards for 2021?

What are the best personal current accounts in 2020?

What are the best personal current accounts in 2020?

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What is the Consumer Credit Act?

Confused about your rights under the Consumer Credit Act? Our guide makes things clear.

Confused about your rights under the Consumer Credit Act? Our guide makes things clear.

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What is an APR?

Our guide explains what APR is and what else you need to know.

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Should you take out a store card?

This guide runs through the pros and cons of getting a store card.

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5 tips on clearing credit card debt quickly

This guide has hints and tips on how to free yourself from credit card debt.

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Is it worth paying for a holiday on a credit card?

This guide explains how to book a holiday using your credit card, the benefits of doing this and what to watch out for.

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What is a minimum payment on a credit card?

What is the minimum payment on a credit card? This guide explains all.

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How to improve your credit score

Our guide sets out 11 steps to boosting your credit score and tell you what to do and what to avoid to increase your credit scrore.

Our guide sets out 11 steps to boosting your credit score and tell you what to do and what to avoid to increase your credit scrore.

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How to reclaim unfair credit card charges

If you have accumulated substantial extra debt because of unfair credit card charges, then you may be able to claim some of this back from your card provider of the time.

If you have accumulated substantial extra debt because of unfair credit card charges, then you may be able to claim some of this back from your card provider of the time.

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How to get help with persistent debt and increased credit card payments

Credit card borrowers in persistent debt could start to have their cards suspended after October 1 2020. Find out the rules now and what to do if you are in persistent debt on your credit card.

Credit card borrowers in persistent debt could start to have their cards suspended after October 1 2020. Find out the rules now and what to do if you are in per

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How does credit card interest work?

Figuring out how credit card interest works can be a complex and difficult task - This Moneyfacts guide gives you an idea of the basics

Figuring out how credit card interest works can be a complex and difficult task - This Moneyfacts guide gives you an idea of the basics

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What is stoozing?

What is credit card stoozing and how could it work for you? We reveal the benefits and pitfalls.

What is credit card stoozing and how could it work for you? We reveal the benefits and pitfalls

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Charge card or credit card?

Many people mistakenly believe that charge cards and credit cards are the same thing… so, what is a charge card and how does it differ from a credit card?

Many people mistakenly believe that charge cards and credit cards are the same thing… so, what is a charge card and how does it differ from a credit card?

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What is the Consumer Credit Act?

Confused about your rights under the Consumer Credit Act? Our guide makes things clear.

Confused about your rights under the Consumer Credit Act? Our guide makes things clear.

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13 signs that your personal finances are under stress and what to do about it

Are your finances struggling to cope? We outline the 13 warning signs you need to be aware of and what you can do to make things better.

Are your finances struggling to cope? We outline the 13 warning signs you need to be aware of and what you can do to make things better.

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