Looking for a new credit card, personal loan, mortgage, or trying to find a better current account? We compare a range of products from various providers to help you find what you’re looking for.
Fed up with credit card jargon? Read our credit card glossary to get a simple explanation of everything from APR to Transfer fees.
With cashback credit cards, you get cash back on your spending - learn more and use our credit card comparison tool to find the right one for you.
Using a credit card can offers great benefits. A key perk of owning a credit card is the protection you're given with Section 75.
What's the best credit cards for Christmas shopping? We look at cards that will reward you for spending or let you borrow for free.
Prepaid travel cards are plastic payment cards pre-loaded with currency that enable you to spend as if you were using a credit or debit card
Airline credit cards help earn you Avios points the replacement for Airmiles when used for credit card purchases
What's the best way to spend as you travel around Europe? Take the euros as cash or spend on a travel credit card?
Applying for a first credit card can have its complications - our guide can help with the preparation needed to build up your credit history
Credit cards are convenient for making travel arrangements, and can also allow you a little more spending leeway when you are on holiday
Can money transfer credit cards give you interest free cash loans? Read the Uswitch guide to find the best interest-free money transfer credit cards
The world of travel money is notoriously difficult. Do you take money or change there? Do you take cash, card or cheque? We answer your questions.
Confused about credit cards or just want more information? Use our Q&A to find the answers you're looking for with our money experts
Learn more about the credit card pre-approval process and see if it can really help your chances of getting a credit card if you have bad credit.
Credit card comparison tables can be quite tricky, so it's worth knowing how to read the credit card summary box to decode the legal jargon.
Do claims management companies keep calling you? Find out why, what they do and if they can be useful for you. Claims management companies have been in the news since the PPI mis-selling scandal broke but how do claims management companies work?
Find out all you need to know about store cards and whether you could be better off with a reward or balance transfer credit card.
Credit card applications can take a long time. Find out how long it will take to apply be accepted and receive a new credit card with our useful guide
Paying for a holiday can be one of the most expensive decisions of the year: flights, hotels and travel money. What's the best way to pay for it all?
Credit limits can restrict the amount of money you can borrow on a credit card or overdraft, but there are ways to increase it if you need some extra cash
The base rate is the UK interest rate set by the Bank of England. A change in the base rate is likely to affect your mortgage rate. By understanding what it is and how it works, you can avoid paying more than you need to.
A consumer buy-to-let mortgage is a type of buy-to-let mortgage that is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).We look at how they differ from traditional buy-to-let mortgages.
Looking for a holiday let mortgage? Find out if you could get a mortgage for a holiday home and how to find the best rates available
There are lots of different types of mortgages - our guide explains them all to help you decide the right option for you.
The Islamic or halal mortgage process is slightly different, allowing customers to get finance to buy a home in compliance with Sharia law
Home buying, moving and mortgage costs. Uswitch guide to all the costs of buying a house, including deposit, solicitor fees, stamp duty and conveyancing.
What is equity and how can you access it? We explain how you can remortgage to release equity, getting cash from your home.
Saving for a mortgage deposit can be difficult for today’s first-time buyer. Find out how to save more quickly and effectively to get on the property ladder sooner than you think
A repayment holiday is an agreement with your lender to take a break from your monthly mortgage payments, we look at how this impacts you in the long term
Our guide looks at variable vs fixed-rate mortgages and how to decide which one is right for your circumstances.
A second home mortgage is a mortgage for buying a second home - not to be confused with getting a remortgage or second charge mortgage.