30 March 2012
Criminals have been found targeting people's SIM cards to commit banking fraud - as it's revealed that fraud costs the UK around £73 billion every year.
29 March 2012
Would you tweet your bank if you had a problem? Banks aren't taking up social media as quickly as other sectors, according to research - but is there a demand for it?
28 March 2012
New research suggests that people are delaying marriage, buying a house and starting a family during the downturn.
27 March 2012
It seems little can stop the growing popularity of mobile banking, as one British banking app provider buys a similar US company.
26 March 2012
Charitable giving via ATMs could become commonplace across the UK by the end of 2012.
23 March 2012
If technology giant Apple decides to move into banking, it appears that many people would be willing to switch their bank account with them.
22 March 2012
We take a look at the response of the BBA to yesterday's Budget, as well as responses from other organizations.
21 March 2012
On the day of the Budget, we want to make people aware of the budgeting help available with our bank account.
20 March 2012
144 million 'Faster Payments' were made in 2011's final quarter, amounting to more than £76 billion - a steep increase from £46 billion in the same period in 2010.
19 March 2012
Research has found that 20% of people keep their savings in a current account that earns very little interest. So what can you do to ensure you're making the most of your money?
16 March 2012
New research has revealed that 39% of people check their current account more often now than before the financial downturn.
15 March 2012
The UK's largest bureau de change has joined the LINK ATM network, so customers can withdraw foreign currency from LINK cash machines.
13 March 2012
More than a third of people in the UK have used their overdraft in the last year, and some people are permanently in the red, according to research. But how easy is it to live without using an overdraft at all?
12 March 2012
The rise of online and mobile banking means many of us now check our bank balance every day, according to recent research.
9 March 2012
Banks are increasingly turning to social media to improve 'customer engagement'. But how exactly are banks using sites such as Facebook and Twitter to reach out to their customers?
8 March 2012
Three major mobile companies have submitted a joint proposal to the European Commission for a mobile payments system - but Three believes it has been largely excluded from the submission and has raised competition concerns.
7 March 2012
Debit and credit card fraud, as well as online banking fraud, fell to a ten year low last year, but telephone banking and cheques remain vulnerable to fraud.
6 March 2012
It's been three years since the Bank of England dropped interest rates to a record low of 0.5%. Buy just how has this affected banking customers?
5 March 2012
Do you share your bank account with your partner? More than a third of couples don't, says new research. But could sharing a bank account help you improve your finances?
2 March 2012
With MPs reviewing how the Financial Services Bill will help to ensure people get the financial services they need, what steps could people take to find the most suitable bank account?
1 March 2012
It has never been so expensive to use your overdraft, as the average interest on authorised overdrafts is currently more than the average interest on a credit card.
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