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Exclusive: hundreds of top-rate savings accounts disappear after less than two weeks

New Which? analysis finds hundreds of savings accounts and cash Isas last less than two weeks on the market - find out what this means for savers

NS&I loosens rules on giving children premium bonds as gifts

We explain the latest changes from the NS&I, which means the likes of aunts, uncles and family friends can now buy premium bonds as gifts for children

Seven budgeting apps to help you save over autumn 2019

Find out how these clever apps use open banking to help you reduce your spending and increase your saving power

Which? calls for greater regulation as another house raffle fails to give away a property

As Raffle House makes £200,000 and keeps the property that should have been won, Which? says more should be done to protect entrants in housing competitions.

Inflation rises to 2.1% in July: is it time to switch to a better savings rate?

We reveal the reasons behind the CPI increase, and where to find the best cash Isas and savings accounts that can beat the current rate.

More than 2m Brits now members of a credit union: should you sign up?

Despite membership numbers rising, credit union dividends are falling - find out what this means for your savings

Exclusive: are fixed-term savings rates about to boom?

Find out whether the time of year you open a fixed-term savings account could affect the interest rate, and our predictions for the rest of 2019

Capital gains tax on the rise: taxpayers fork out a record £8.8bn in 2017-18

New data shows that capital gains tax revenue hit a new record in 2017-18 - find out why you might pay even more next year

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The best short-term savings rates: should you lock your cash away for three months?

As short-term savings accounts with terms of 12 months or less see a boost, find out whether locking your savings up for a matter of months could help them grow

Self-assessment: just one week to pay your estimated 2018-19 tax bill

This year's second payment on account deadline is on 31 July - find out how it works and how to make your payment to HMRC on time

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