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Savings & Isas

Nationwide launches 2% fixed-rate Isa

Nationwide has launched a new 2% fixed-rate Isa, but at a time when interest rates are forecast to rise is it really worth locking away your money?

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New Isa from RateSetter offers 6% return: is it worth investing?

P2P lending platform RateSetter has launched a new Isa offering savers up to 6% interest. Which? takes a look at how it compares and what the risks are.

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January 2018 inflation figures revealed – and no savings account can beat it

The first inflation figures for 2018 have been revealed - and, given the current state of the savings market, not a single account or Isa can beat it.

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Ask an expert: ‘Can I cancel my fixed-term savings account?’

Fixed-terms bonds offer appealing interest rates - but some may not allow you to withdraw your money early. Which? explains how fixed-term accounts work.

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Best cash Isa rate launched: is this the right deal for you?

Virgin Money's new easy-access Isa pays a market-leading 1.21%. But how is its customer service, and is an Isa really the best place for your cash?

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Premium bond winners February 2018: the biggest wins with the smallest holdings

The more premium bonds you buy, the higher your chances of winning. But some winners have won £1m from NS&I with as little as £17 invested.

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Four ways to uncover hidden market-leading savings rates

Some of the most competitive savings rates are hidden from the top of best buy tables. Which? sets out the tricks you can use to uncover them.

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What does the December CPI inflation rate fall mean for your savings?

Which? explains how to find the best savings accounts and investments with returns higher than December CPI inflation

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How to get your share of the £330m sat in dormant bank and savings accounts

How to find out if you have money waiting in a lost account, and how you can claim it back

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How artificial intelligence can help you save money in 2018

New innovations could bring more effective and convenient ways to manage your money than solutions from the big banks – here’s what’s on the market now

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