We've put together this set of helpful guides and calculators to help you manage your own money better so you can enjoy life more. We understand that your money matters.
From current accounts to packaged bank accounts with extras such as phone or travel insurance, find out which bank account could help you to get the most out of your money.
Want to know about the benefits of a current account? Find out everything you need to know about opening a bank account here.
This guide explains how your credit history can have an impact on the bank accounts available to you, how you can prepare to open a bank account and how you can manage a bank account to improve your credit rating.
This guide explains how joint bank accounts work and how they can make paying for joint bills much easier and save you the task of transferring money between accounts.
Unlike many standard current accounts, packaged bank accounts often come with a monthly fee. Read this guide to learn more about the benefits, the costs and what to consider before applying.
Use this calculator to see how much you’ll be charged when using an overdraft.
Read our guide to learn what you need to open a new bank account. We also look at the benefits of bank accounts, how long it may take to open one and how switching bank accounts work.
Some bank accounts come with features and extras such as travel insurance. Read this guide to learn how they work, what to look out for and what a pre-existing condition is.
If you’re new to banking, a bank account will provide somewhere safe and practical to get wages paid into. Read our guide to learn about bank accounts for 16 and 17 year olds and what you need to open one.
Read our guide to learn more about our current accounts for couples, students, holidaymakers and poor credit history, and the different features they offer.
Read this guide to learn more about credit cards, how they work and what to look out for.
This guide explains different types of credit cards that are typically available and which credit card (if any) may best suit your needs.
This guide explains what a credit score is, how to check yours and how to improve it.
Our guide explains how to transfer all of your outstanding debt from an existing credit card to another credit card.
Use this calculator from MoneyHelper to see how much a credit card will cost you or how quickly you can pay off your existing cards.
This guide explains what a fixed rate bond is and how it differs from others savings accounts.
Find out how to pay money into your savings account.
Tips on the best ways to save money fast on debt, at the supermarket, online and more.
This guide explains the main types of mortgages on offer, how they work and their pros and cons.
Our guide to buying a home, what happens when and how to ensure a smooth process.
Make sure you're aware of the different costs of buying a home to help you budget and save up enough.
We have experience helping people to buy their first home and we’re ready to support you all the way.
This guide explains some of the mortgage products and homeownership schemes that are worth considering if you’re a first time buyer.
We have a range of useful calculators and guides to help you manage your mortgage, whether you’re moving home or looking for a better deal.
Find out how low-deposit mortgages, such as 95% mortgages work and whether it could be right for you.
This guide will explain what to think about when planning and booking a trip abroad and what to do while you’re away.
We created this tool with the Energy Saving Trust (EST) so you can create a personalised Energy Saving Improvement Plan. You could save on your energy costs in the longer term by updating and renovating your property, making it more energy efficient.
The 50/30/20 rule is a percentage-based budgeting method that can help you manage your monthly income, and make saving money easier.
We have tips and advice for cooking and budgeting at university.
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