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Kate Anderson

I am a freelance personal finance writer who writes for Fool UK and Fitch Solutions. Before becoming a freelancer I worked as an analyst for Nielsen, one of the world's largest research companies, specialising in consumer finance reports and news insights.

Are business card charges tax deductible?

Can you class your credit card interest charges as an allowable expense? More »

When does getting a business credit card make sense?

Looking at the pros and cons of committing to a business credit card. More »

How to manage money in a marriage

How to handle your money once you've said 'I do'. More »

What does a cash fee on a credit card mean?

Knowing what a cash fee is could save you costly charges in the long run. More »

What is an APR?

Breaking down what a credit card's APR really means. More »

Looking for an easy travel card? Maybe it’s your mobile

With Jaja launching a mobile-first credit card with no FX fees, are travel credit cards no longer going to be in our wallet but... More »

How to ask your card provider for a credit limit increase

A simple guide of how to ask for an increase to your credit card limit. More »

How will Brexit affect your personal finances?

Looking at how and if Brexit will impact your personal finances. More »

Are there any metal credit cards in the UK?

Are there any metal credit cards in the UK? And if not, do UK consumers want them? More »

When should you ask for a credit limit increase?

When is the best time to ask your card provider for an increase and what to consider beforehand. More »

Does no-deal Brexit mean higher credit card payments?

Explaining how a no-deal Brexit could affect your credit card payments. More »

3 reasons to consider a credit rebuilder card

Three financial scenarios where it could make sense to take out a credit rebuilder card. More »

3 tips for improving your credit score

Three way to make sure that your credit score is going in the right direction. More »

Are credit cards disappearing because of Brexit?

A look at whether the most attractive credit card deals are disappearing from the market as a result of Brexit. More »

Should you consider a Sainsbury’s credit card if you don’t shop there?

Are Sainsbury's credit cards a good choice even if you don't regularly shop there? More »

3 things to consider when choosing a credit card

The three things you really need to think about before applying for a credit card. More »

Should you wait until post Brexit to get a new credit card?

With Brexit looming is it best to wait until after the UK leaves the EU to take out a new credit card? More »

3 surprising things that could hurt your credit score

Three things that you wouldn't necessarily expect to have an impact on your credit score. More »

1 critical thing to check before using your credit card abroad

If you're going abroad and planning to use your credit card, you better check this out first. More »

Do I need a balance transfer card or a 0% card?

0% interest is great, but which is better 0% on purchases or balance transfers? More »