Kent Reliance has become the latest bank to launch a cash Isa to help savers fight rising inflation, but Which? warns on tying your money up in this product
With inflation reaching 5.5% in February, Chancellor George Osborne has thrown savers a lifeline by annoucing the reintroduction of National Savings and Investments (NS&I) inflation-linked bonds in the 2011 Budget.
After the cuts to the public sector already announced, Mr Osborne has already stated that there will be no further cuts – that his Budget will be one that focuses on growth. Which? Money guides you through the latest speculation
With tomorrow night’s Red Nose Day festivities looking to raise millions for worthwhile causes, Which? Money gives you the top seven tips to give donations to charity and save money
Oil prices have surged recently, and the off-shoot of this is more pain for British drivers. Unleaded petrol prices are now around 132p per litre, while diesel is standing at 138p. Which? Money gives you some top tips to find cheap petrol
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has today announced that it will scrap its managed investment sectors and replace them with less misleading names.
The Post Office and Yorkshire, Chelsea and Barnsley Building Societies have both put forward savings solutions to help you fight the sharp rise inflation with the launch of two new savings products but Which? warns consumers to take closer look
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has launched two new managed investment funds that will limit volatility to control the riskiness of the investments but Which? expresses major concerns over managed funds.
Policyholders with Equitable Life, the beleaguered life assurance company that lost its customers over £4 billion, will receive less than a quarter of their losses when the government repays compensation later this year.
The British economy unexpected shrank by 0.5% in the last three months of 2010, a shock to many, given the improved economic conditions of the rest of the year.