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11/11/2019

Financial literacy: What is a check?

Checks provide a useful way to make a secure payment and keep track of your outgoings, even if they’re not used as commonly as they once were. Some billers or services may only accept checks. Checks are helpful if you’re sending money to a loved one who doesn’t have a…

11/11/2019

Financial literacy: What is an overdraft?

If you have access to an overdraft, you may be at risk of paying more than you can afford. While an overdraft may seem like the answer to make a quick payment before payday, you should avoid overdrawing your account whenever possible, due to the fees and financial risk it…

11/11/2019

Financial literacy: Credit vs debit card

Both credit and debit cards are easy and convenient ways to make a purchase without carrying cash. They both have benefits, but which is the best and what’s the difference between the two? Find out everything you need to know about credit cards and debit cards, from how they work…

11/11/2019

Your guide to money transfers

Money transfers are a useful for a number of reasons. Whether it’s to pay for bills, send money to a loved one in the US or to someone at the other side of the world, transferring your money can be quick and easy. It’s easy to set up a money…