current accounts

TSB customers punish bank for IT failures, while Nationwide and HSBC come out on top of switching figures

TSB customers have been voting with their feet and deserting the beleaguered bank, new current account switching figures reveal.

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The top current accounts for students heading off to university

Whether you’re a student heading off to university this autumn or a parent or grandparent keen to ensure your children or grandchildren are armed with the best financial start when they leave home for the first time,

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Halifax cuts bonus on its Reward current accounts - again

Halifax Reward account customers will be displeased at yet another reduction in the monthly bonus.

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Santander moves to end unarranged overdraft fees - but only on fee-paying accounts

Some Santander customers will no longer pay fees if they go into an unarranged overdraft, the bank has announced.

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Lloyds Bank cuts Club Lloyds interest rate

Lloyds Bank Club Lloyds current account holders will be dismayed to find their in-credit interest rate is being cut.

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RBS joins the current account switching fray with a £100 cash bonus

RBS has become the latest bank to launch a new switching incentive, following in the footsteps of Barclays, First Direct, HSBC, and NatWest.

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Mobile banking to overtake online banking in 2019

Mobile banking has never been more popular and is set to overtake online banking in 2019, according to a new forecast.

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Current account switching: which incentives get customers going?

Current account switching offers have taken a different path of late, with upfront cash offers declining while reward schemes and non-monetary offers are on the rise.

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HSBC relaunches £200 switching offer

The switching stakes for banking customers are heating up as HSBC relaunches its £200 switching offer. 

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NatWest launches £100 switching offer - how does it compare?

Current account customers looking for a new bank might want to consider switching to NatWest.

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