Tracker mortgages, which rise and fall with the base rate, are more affordable than either two or five-year fixed-rate deals. But is it risky to take one out?
Interest rates on savings accounts are still worse than they were two years ago despite the Bank of England base rate being higher. How does your bank fare?
In the lead up to August's base rate rise, home owners rushed to remortgage to fixed-rate deals. But is it still worth switching six weeks on?
This seven-year fixed-rate bond offers the highest interest rates around - but will putting your savings away for that long mean you're likely to miss out?
One month after the base rate rise, savers have seen little benefit, even as variable-rate mortgage holders have seen costs rise, Which? analysis reveals.
NS&I has announced increases to its savings rates for income bonds, Direct Saver and Investment Accounts. Find out how these rates compare.
Which? assesses the pros and cons of a new cashback mortgage from Tesco Bank and explains how you can compare products to get the best deal.
Major lenders are yet to offer better deals to savers, a week on from the Bank of England’s decision to raise the base rate to 0.75%. We look at the best homes for your cash.
Which? assesses the Bank of England decision to increase interest rates and explains the impact this could have on your savings and mortgage repayments.
Speculation has been mounting that the base rate may rise in coming months - but when will it change and how high will it go? Which? examines the trends.