The growing number of cash machines reflects the essential role cash continues to play in the UK economy.
TSB has announced the launch of 555, a new offer that will provide Classic Plus customers with added plusness when it comes to their everyday banking potentially earning them up to £238.82 over the year.
From today, anyone who wants to switch their bank account can get £150 cashback if they move to First Direct’s 1st Account.
Students warned to not sign up to the first bank they see at the fresher’s fair and to look beyond the freebies.
Bank of Scotland has announced the launch of its 2015 Student Current Account, available to new and existing customers.
Halifax has launched a mobile Agreement in Principle (AIP) tool which enables customers to receive an instant lending decision while they are on the move in less than fifteen minutes.
The over 50s are packing their bags and heading off in search of some sun this summer, as almost two thirds are planning to travel abroad, according to a recent Saga survey of nearly 10,000 over 50s.
The rapid growth of digital banking has driven increased customer engagement, the latest figures from the Halifax Digital Dashboard show.
HSBC’s student bank account is now available for students starting university this Autumn. They can apply online, over the telephone and in branches around the UK.
Analysis of Bank of England exchange rates by Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money suggests that Britons could continue seeing their holiday money go further. In the past year alone, the Pound has strengthened against four of the supermarket bank’s five most popular currencies.
According to some studies the failure rate for a franchise is around 5% - far lower than a ‘normal’ start-up business.
TSB customers with a Classic Plus account can take the interest earned on their money further this summer as prices for European holidays become cheaper due to the strong pound.
MoneySuperMarket has launched an exclusive current account cashback incentive to those applying for the market leading TSB Classic Plus Account.
The Target data breach of 2013 and the Home Depot data breach of 2014 have fueled extensive discussions about who should pay for data breaches. The players include retailers, banks who issue credit cards, and the credit card companies themselves.
People with poor credit scores are struggling to secure a home, open a bank account, get car insurance or a mobile phone contract, the research revealed.
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