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Exclusive: hundreds of top-rate savings accounts disappear after less than two weeks

New Which? analysis finds hundreds of savings accounts and cash Isas last less than two weeks on the market - find out what this means for savers

New best-rate cash Isa launched as savings war heats up

Coventry Building Society has launched a new easy-access cash saving Isa paying interest at 1.5%. Which? looks at how it compares to other best-rate offers.

Why you should use your Isa allowance now to make the most of the best rates

Find out why it's best to start using your new Isa allowance now, and which cash Isa providers are offering the best savings rates

Tandem Bank launches Monzo-style round-up savings account – but with interest

Tandem, like Starling and Monzo, has launched a new 'round up' savings account which automatically collects spare change. Find out how it measures up.

Al Rayan Bank customers mistakenly hit with HMRC tax bills on cash Isas

Which? has been informed that some Al Rayan cash Isa customers have been charged tax due to the bank's error reporting figures to HMRC

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Savings rates are on the rise, as more than 170 accounts now beat inflation

We detail exactly how many accounts can beat 2.1% CPI rate of inflation, and reveal where to find the best savings and cash Isa rates

Isa turns 20: what are the best cash Isa rates?

As the cash Isa nears its 20th anniversary, we take a look at how its helped us save and where you can find the best cash Isa rates on the market right now.

Cash Isa rates and short-term savings accounts hit record high

We reveal where to find the top-rate instant-access and one-year fixed-rate savings accounts and cash Isas - but are they better bet than a longer-term account?

Exclusive: banks shun flexible Isas and inheritance rules

Which? research reveals that the majority of Isa accounts are failing to help people who want flexible access to their savings.

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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