We know things will be a bit different when schools go back on Tuesday. But one thing that won't have changed is the...
Even though many of the lockdown measures are starting to ease, scammers are continuing to take advantage of people’s anxieties and concerns. Here is what to look out for.
Later this month we are carrying out a major upgrade of mobile and online banking. This includes improvements which...
Changes are coming to our online and mobile banking later this month. Here is everything you need to know about what to expect.
We are proud to have been nominated for the 2020 Consumer Credit Awards, in the ‘Best Credit Union (South)’ category
Criminals and fraudsters are sadly taking advantage of the current disruption. Here are some of the current scams we’re aware of, and ways to avoid them.
Like many organisations, in recent weeks we have been working to prepare for the spread of Coronavirus.
New overdraft rules are coming into effect that could make regular use of an overdraft much more expensive.
New rules are coming into effect which mean your credit card may be suspended if you regularly pay only the minimum amount.
If you’ve got a credit card, heads up: we can probably save you proper money.
It’s easy to think of budgeting as a chore. Instead, think of it as a way of bringing some control into to your life.
School’s out. Which means it’s time to start thinking about getting them kitted out for September.
Ok, you may not be in a ‘debt crisis’, but the only ones winning from your minimum payment are the credit card companies.
We’re launching a smart, convenient alternative to credit cards, with fairness and simplicity at its heart.
You don’t have to be in serious financial trouble to get a debt consolidation loan. In fact, it can often be a great way to get ahead of problems before they emerge.
At London Mutual, you can have loan repayments or savings taken directly from your salary. Here’s how it works, and why it’s a great reason to join us.
At London Mutual, we’re ambitious for our members and our community, and those ambitions have received a significant boost.
Like any tool, borrowing can be useful, but it needs to be handled with care. Knowing how and when to borrow, how to spot signs of trouble and how to avoid them, are all crucial steps to borrowing with confidence.
before you throw the suntan lotion into a bag and head for the beach, check out our top tips for making your money go further while you’re away.
When a company offers a loan, credit card, mortgage or store credit, by law, they’re required to show its APR. But what does APR actually mean, how is it calculated, and how can you use it to get the best deal?