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Gimmicky savings accounts: could bonus offers beat low rates?

As interest rates remain at uninspiring lows, a number of providers have launched eye-catching gimmicks to tempt savers into using their products. Which? rounds up some of the UK’s most...

Is this the death of the cash Isa?

Which? analyses new data that shows cash Isa subscriptions have dropped significantly, and questions whether saving in an Isa is still worthwhile.

Inflation set to hit pensioners especially hard

Retirees will be particularly hard by soaring inflation in coming years, new research from Which? Money has revealed. We’ve looked beyond the headline rates of inflation to identify the particular...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Can Ford Money drive up savings rates?

Car manufacturer Ford has ventured into the UK savings market with a promise to always keep its customers earning the best interest rate possible.  Ford Money is the financial services...

Tesco Bank 3% current account offer back on the table

Tesco Bank has reopened applications for its current account paying 3% on balances up to £3,000 and extra Clubcard points until April 2019.  In February, Tesco temporarily closed the account...

Is the lifetime Isa set to be a flop?

With only weeks until the lifetime Isa launches, not a single bank or building society can confirm it is ready to offer one, and many other Isa providers say they...

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