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Whether you want more from your bank account, to find a better broadband deal or want to fix your mortgage rate - we're here to help you fix your finances in 2016. Read our article for tips.
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MBNA Platinum Credit Card
0% for 39 months on balance transfers. After this period, the rate will be 20.9% APR
A 2.98% fee applies during the 60 day promotional period after this it will be 5%
The 0% promotional rate applies to transfers made in the first 60 days
You cannot transfer a balance from another MBNA card
Representative Example: If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 18.9% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 18.9% APR (variable). Credit limits and interest rates will vary based on your individual circumstances
Sainsbury's Shopper Loan For Nectar Card Holders
3.4% APR Representative
For loans of £7,500 - £15,000 over one to three years
This loan rate is for Nectar card holders only
Two month payment holiday available at the start of the loan. Conditions apply - see T&Cs
An early repayment charge may apply
Sainsbury's Bank
Flow Energy Connect 4
Fixed until January 31, 2017
Exit fees apply - £30 per fuel
Online account management
Flow Energy
Unlimited Sky Broadband
12 months free Sky unlimited broadband, £10 per month thereafter (12 month contract)
£17.40 per month line rental (12 month contract)
£6.95 one off delivery cost. Up to 17Mb per second and unlimited data usage plus £50 M&S voucher (T&Cs apply)
Offer ends February 24, 2016
RCI Freedom Savings Account
Leading easy access account paying 1.65% AER gross variable
Unlimited penalty free withdrawals, with a choice of monthly or annual interest payments
Minimum deposit of £100
RCI Bank is part of a French group, the first €100,000 of savers' money - equivalent to £70,469 (correct as of 02.11.15) - is protected by French Deposit Guarantee Scheme, rather than the usual £85,000 protection offered by UK-owned banks
The UK Compensation Scheme limit changes from £85,000 to £75,000 on January 1st 2016

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