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A bank account for DAS

20 June 2021
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.... read more »

What do you look for in a bank account?

4 May 2021
What do you look for in a bank account? Two people can demand very different things of their bank account provider, so it's vital you take the time to find out what an account offers before you sign up. ... read more »

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

19 July 2011
The thinkbanking account offers all the benefits of a basic bank account, plus several other useful features. ... read more »

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

19 July 2011
The thinkbanking account offers all the benefits of a basic bank account, plus several other useful features. ... read more »

thinkbanking one of four 'prime movers'

10 June 2011
The thinkbanking account is one of four 'prime movers', according to a report by charity Fairbanking, as the Financial Times reports. More on this here.... read more »

How does thinkbanking`s two-account system work?

15 March 2011
How does the thinkbanking two-account system work? Why does it take two accounts anyway?... read more »

How does thinkbanking`s two-account system work?

15 March 2011
How does the thinkbanking two-account system work? Why does it take two accounts anyway?... read more »

Bank rate means most savings accounts `pay below inflation`

28 July 2010
An article on the BBC News website highlights how many savers are having trouble finding a savings account that offers good returns on their deposits. ... read more »

Banking customers may be offered `safer` savings accounts

27 January 2010
The Bank of England`s Governor has outlined potential regulations that would offer banking customers much greater protection on their savings accounts, The Telegraph reports.... read more »

Banks to offer more 5 notes through ATMs

10 December 2009
The Bank of England will urge banks to increase the number of 5 notes in their cash machines, according to the BBC. ... read more »

Number of households without bank accounts `more than halved`

23 October 2009
UK banks have surpassed their target of halving the number of households without a bank account, according to the British Bankers` Association.... read more »


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