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Uswitch comments on latest ONS household savings ratio data

Commenting on the ONS household savings data published today, Tashema Jackson, money expert at Uswitch.com, says: “It is no surprise that savings fell to a record low in 2017 given …

Uswitch comments on UK Finance’s latest lending update

Following UK Finance’s latest lending update, Tashema Jackson, money expert at Uswitch.com, says: “The growth of outstanding credit card debt, at the highest rate since the financial crisis, could be …

Brits wasting £495 each year on unused subscription services

Consumers are wasting £495 million every year on inactive subscriptions, such as TV streaming services and gym memberships[1] Most of these services use a reoccurring payment system known as a …

Uswitch to sponsor ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent

Uswitch today announces it has signed a deal with ITV, Syco Entertainment and FremantleMedia to be the headline sponsor of one of the biggest and most enduring talent shows on TV, …

Uswitch comments on new credit card rules introduced by the FCA

Commenting on the new credit card rules introduced by the FCA, published today, Tashema Jackson, money expert at Uswitch.com, says: “Any measures to help people break a persistent debt cycle …

Candid about cash: streetwise millennials check out partner’s finances before committing

More than nine in ten millennials (93%) say they are fully clued up on their partner’s finances, with half a million (4%) choosing to share this information on a first …

Trust in banks dives but satisfaction is on the rise

Customer’s trust in their bank plummets as the Uswitch.com Current Account Awards are announced[1] – but overall satisfaction is on the rise[2] Big high street banks rooted to the bottom of the table for …

Uswitch comments on latest current account switching figures

Commenting on the latest switching statistics from the Current Account Switch Service, Tashema Jackson, money expert at Uswitch.com, says: “Despite nearly a quarter of a million switches in the last …

Shunning balance transfers costs indebted Brits £5 billion in interest payments

The majority (62%) of Brits owe money on a credit card[1] but only one in five (19%) will consider a balance transfer to manage their debt[2] Brits wedded to their credit …

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