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Savings & Isas

Should you stash your savings in a credit union?

RetailCURE, a credit union for retail workers, has launched a market-leading savings deal on balances up to £15,000 – but does this new offer beat a savings account? Savers eligible...

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Ford launches inflation-busting savings accounts paying 4%

UPDATE 24th May: After being on sale for just a few days, Ford Money has pulled these accounts from sale, citing huge demand. They are no longer available.  New savings...

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Can you beat the Great British Money Quiz?

How much do you really know about money? Could you tell us what the current Isa allowance is or how much of your savings would be protected if your bank...

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Conservative manifesto: what does it mean for your finances?

The Conservative Party today released its manifesto for next month’s general election, with changes to tax, elderly care and housing among the key proposals. Here, we take a look at...

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Inflation leaps to 2.7% – and no savings accounts can beat it

Inflation has climbed to its highest level since July 2013, spelling more bad news for savers as analysis reveals not a single savings account paying a rate big enough to...

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Should you lock up your savings for seven years?

A new account offered by Shawbrook Bank promises a 2.2% AER with a seven-year fixed-rate term.  The rate, paid on balances from £5,000 to £2m, is one of the highest...

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Premium bond rate cut – have your odds of winning dropped?

The chances of winning a prize with premium bonds gets slimmer from Monday, as National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has sliced down the number of prizes on offer. The ‘premium...

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Would you let a robot control your savings for a 5% return?

Artificial intelligence is no longer simply the stuff of sci-fi films – it’s now being used to help people save for their future. So, for a return of 5%, would you...

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NS&I launches 2.2% savings bond – but it can’t beat inflation

National Savings and Investments has finally launched its long-awaited three-year savings bond, paying 2.2% a year. But with inflation remaining at a stubbornly-high 2.3% for the second consecutive month, is...

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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...

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