Rubik’s cube.

With the right decisions and a little patience, you can improve your credit score.

4 min read

Dollar bills in a pocket.

Cashback rewards are an easy way to get money back for the things you're already buying.

3 min read

Piggy bank.

Whether you tend to overspend, use your credit card too much, or never save at all — it’s possible to break bad spending habits.

3 min read

Banking terminology.

Understanding common banking terms will help you to manage your money better and create the financial future you want.

13 min read

Speech bubble with three exclamation marks.

We shed light on pain points and frustrations many of us have had to deal with when it comes to banking.

3 min read

A rocking chair.

While retirement may seem like a long way off and saving for something so far in the future could seem premature, it’s never too early to get started.

4 min read

Building good credit can be tricky. Here's everything you need to know.

Building a good credit score can be tricky. Here's how you can get started on the right foot.

7 min read

What you need to know about inactivity fees.

More and more, some banks are increasing their revenue through the implementation of elaborate and sometimes confusing fees.

3 min read

Banking with N26 is fast, free, flexible, and transparent.

While not having enough money in your account is never an enjoyable feeling, we break them down so you’re armed with the information you'll need to avoid these types of fees.

3 min read

A Guide to Contactless Payments.

If you weren’t using contactless payments before, now’s the perfect time to start enjoying the easy, secure, and social distancing-friendly way to pay.

3 min read

Closeup of a bank note.

While we've become less reliant on cash for everyday transactions, there are still some situations that make having a few dollars especially handy.

6 min read

An illustrated person golfing.

If you want the right banking tools and information to help you better understand your finances and plan ahead, you might be a lot like Caroline.

2 min read