TSB Classic Plus bank account pays 5% on credit balances but is it right for you?

Barely a week after the details of the new M&S bank current account were published, TSB has joined the bank switching fray with its new Classic Plus account , available from the end of March, paying a headline 5% interest rate on credit balances. The 5% rate is restricted to balan
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M&S takes on high street banks with new mass market current account

Andrew Hagger of Moneycomms.co.uk looks at the new M&S Bank account planned for launch this summer. Since the current switching service and guarantee was launched last September there’s been a slight uptick in the number of people moving banks, but that could all change this sum
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Fed up with your bank and want to find a better current account?

With the new Current Account Switch Service four months old and running smoothly there’s even less of an excuse to up sticks and move your bank account if you’re fed up with your current provider. Too many people have put up with sub-standard service for too long, but now it’s
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Current Account Switching – Picking the Right Account

Hopefully the combination of the quicker switching process and the new customer guarantee launching on 16th September will be the catalyst to get more people to ditch their bank account in search of something more suitable. However, although increased speed of transfer will be the pus
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A lowdown on the latest low rate borrowing deals for 2013

We’re barely a week into the New Year and already the battle for consumer credit is in full swing with a flurry of new deals and rate cuts from personal loan and credit card providers. Tesco Bank has taken top spot in the best buys for personal loans with its new rate of 5.2% APR fo
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Radical new cashback switching incentive from Santander

It’s become common practice for banks to offer financial incentives as they desperately try to encourage customers to join them and kick their current provider in to touch. Up to now, switching initiatives have fallen into a number of categories. These include upfront cash hand outs
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