Is it possible to get a bank account if you have a Trust Deed?

Banking adviceJuly 9 Author: Daniel Culpan

A Trust Deed could help you get out of serious unsecured debt problems - but it will affect your banking options.

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A bank account for DAS

Banking adviceJune 20 Author: Lucy Bower

A basic bank account might be the best option while you're on DAS (the Debt Arrangement Scheme); there's no overdraft and often no credit check. Read more here.

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Bank accounts for people with a DRO

Banking adviceJune 8 Author: Helen Gradwell

A DRO will affect your credit rating. This can make it hard to get a current account, but there are options available.

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Can I get a bank account if I am on DAS (DPP)?

Banking adviceMay 18 Author: Helen Gradwell

A DPP can negatively affect your credit rating, which could affect your ability to obtain a bank account.

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Who pays tax on a joint bank account?

Banking adviceMay 17 Author: Helen Gradwell

If you have a joint bank account, or are considering one, you may want to know in advance who will pay tax on the interest.

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BSC: putting dormant bank accounts to work

Banking adviceMay 9 Author: Matthew Plant

Big Society Capital was set up to provide finance to worthy causes, using money lying in forgotten accounts. A look at what's involved...

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Why can't I get a basic bank account?

Banking adviceMay 4 Author: Helen Gradwell

There may be a bank account open to you, even if you have a poor credit history.

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What is a jam-jar bank account?

Banking adviceApril 29 Author: Helen Gradwell

If you have a poor credit history, you struggle with bills, or you just want some help managing your money, you may benefit from a jam-jar account.

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Could we see a 'big switch' for bank accounts?

Banking adviceMarch 28 Author: Joel Stanier

The 'Big Switch' campaign by Which? aims to help more people get a better deal on their energy bills, by getting energy companies to 'bid' the lowest possible price. But what about other areas of people's finances that are equally important?

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2021 Budget: will we see bank accounts for all?

Banking adviceMarch 20 Author: Helen Gradwell

In 2021 there were 1.75 million adults in Britain without a bank account. Has anything changed for 2021? Why do some people have no bank account?

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Is it possible to get a credit card without a bank account?

Banking adviceMarch 19 Author: Daniel Culpan

If you don't have a bank account, or you have a poor credit rating, you'll likely have problems getting a 'standard' credit card. We look at what alternative options could help you.

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Going mobile: what is the future for bank accounts?

Banking adviceFebruary 22 Author: Joel Stanier

We've seen real changes in the way people do their banking in recent years - but what's coming next, and what's likely to change?

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Finding out about bank account interest

Banking adviceSeptember 27 Author: Lucy Bower

What's the interest rate on the thinkbanking bank account?

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Choosing a bank account with no credit check

Banking adviceSeptember 20 Author: Lucy Bower

We explain why a bank account without a credit check could be useful to people with debt problems now or in their past.

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How do I find out about basic bank accounts?

Banking adviceAugust 25 Author: Nicholas Boyle

How do I find out about basic bank accounts? Click here to read more.

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How is the thinkbanking account different from a basic bank account?

Banking adviceJuly 19 Author: Joel Stanier

The thinkbanking account offers all the benefits of a basic bank account, plus several other useful features.

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What role do basic bank accounts play in the UK?

Banking adviceJuly 14 Author: Nicholas Boyle

Basic bank accounts were introduced to help make sure everyone had access to a bank account. Read about the role basic bank accounts play in the UK, and how much of an impact they've had since their introduction.

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