Savings & Isas
Which? assesses to what degree savers could be better off by investing in new one- and three-year fixed Guaranteed Income bonds offered by NS&I.
UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) hit 3.1% in November according to the ONS. Which? explores what this means for savers.
As interest rates start to creep up, it’s a good time to check whether you need a new home for your rainy savings. Which? rounds up the best accounts.
The popular fixed-rate bonds haven’t been on sale since 2009. Which? explains how they work and whether they’re worth taking out.
The NS&I premium bond winners for December have been announced. One bought their winning bond 12 years go - so how long do winners generally have to wait?
Savers withdrew record amounts of cash from Isas in October. Which? looks at why Isas have become so unpopular and whether we are right to be ditching them.
The amount you can save in a Junior Isa will be going up from April 2018. The past year has seen a number of important changes for savers, including the...
A flaw in the Isa rules may be costing widowed partners significant profits – so the government is tweaking the rules on what happens to Isa savings when you die. ...
UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) remained flat at 3% in October, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) says the rising price...
Which? looks at whether banks have passed on the base rate increase to savings account customers, and explains how you can find the best savings deal.