Although the idea of paying for a bank account is irritating, the perks you get in return can be highly valuable. Ruth Jackson explains.
Articles written by Ruth Jackson
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The latest data breach is another reminder of the importance of keeping your online identity and financial information as safe as possible.
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Lloyds closed its Avios Rewards scheme to new members back in May and it is now cutting how many Avios points existing members can earn.
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You should consider appointing someone to handle your finances in case you lose the capacity to do so, says Ruth Jackson.