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Savings & Isas

NS&I launches first ever Junior Isa – is it the best deal?

NS&I, best known for its premium bond savings account, has launched a junior cash Isa to help get millennials saving before they're out of nappies.

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Inflation stays at 2.6% – should you fix your savings for seven years?

A new savings account offered by PCF Bank is offering 2.6% AER – but it comes with a staggering seven-year fixed-rate term.  The rate, paid on balances from £1,000 to...

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NS&I premium bonds: do you have an unclaimed prize?

The number of unclaimed premium bonds has risen this year; why is this happening and are you one of the lucky winners?

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Savings account numbers hit 1,700: how to pick the best deal

Savers have a choice of 300 more savings accounts than six months ago, as the number of offers on the market hits 1,700, according to data from Moneyfacts. But while you might...

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Revealed: the top savings accounts that vanish after 24 hours

A quarter of all savings deals launched by lesser-known ‘challenger’ banks in the past 12 months were pulled from sale within two weeks, with some offers disappearing just a day...

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Savers rejoice: inflation drops to 2.6%

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell to 2.6% in June, giving your cash stockpiles a much-needed boost – but as inflation continues to outstrip most savings accounts, how can you get...

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Have you won a NS&I premium bonds prize?

Two lucky savers have been made instant millionaires after winning the top prize in the July premium bonds draw. A woman from Cumbria and a man from Dorset pocketed £1m each...

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Most popular savings accounts of 2017

Which? reveals the five most in-demand savings accounts from users of Money Compare over 2017 so far. The two most popular products were both one year fixed-rate accounts, suggesting savers have...

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Brexit one year on: what it’s meant for your money

A year on from the Brexit vote, it’s fair to say it’s been a rollercoaster ride for the British economy. Whether you’re a saver, an investor or you’re simply looking...

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Should you invest in a ‘Brexit Bond’?

Think you’re politically savvy? A new two year fixed-term bond is challenging savers to predict the economic effects of Brexit, offering a bonus for those who guess right. The Family Building...

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