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Savings & Isas

Gloomy forecast for cash Isa season

Gloomy forecast for cash Isa season

Savers looking to make the most of their £5,760 tax-free cash Isa allowance before the end of the tax year face limited choice and uncompetitive interest rates.

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Supermarket financial products compared

Supermarket financial products compared

Supermarkets are cashing in on our low trust in banks through a growing range of financial products. But do they deserve a place on your shopping list?

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Pension companies to reveal hidden charges

Pension companies to reveal hidden charges

The government has announced an amendment to the Pensions Bill which will require pension companies to reveal details of hidden fees and charges.

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Are fixed-rate savings accounts the way forward?

Are fixed-rate savings accounts the way forward?

Low interest rates means low savings rates - but how can you make the most of your savings?

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Is peer-to-peer lending right for you?

Is peer-to-peer lending right for you?

At a time when savings rates are so low and the peer-to-peer finance industry has doubled its lending, Which? analyses whether it's worth the risk.

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Which? members reveal biggest savings frustrations

Which? members reveal biggest savings frustrations

Which? members’ biggest savings gripes, can you guess what they are?

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Many financial advisers tight-lipped over fees

Many financial advisers tight-lipped over fees

Many financial advisors won’t reveal how much they charge until customers meet with them in person, Which? research has indicated.

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Can UK savings accounts beat inflation?

Can UK savings accounts beat inflation?

Despite the slight fall in the inflation rate in December 2013, savers are still struggling to get any meaningful returns on their cash.

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Most holidaymakers use savings to pay for trips

Most holidaymakers use savings to pay for trips

Almost two thirds of UK holidaymakers will pay for their holiday using their savings, according to a new survey.

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10 financial resolutions for 2014

The New Year is traditionally a time when we pledge to improve ourselves, normally by enhancing our careers, health or social lives. 

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