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Saga and Goldman Sachs launch new over-50 savings accounts

Find out whether older people could benefit from these new savings accounts - and if they can beat Marcus

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

Competition hots up among the best one-year savings and cash Isa accounts

With increasing competition among the top-rate one-year fixed-term savings and cash Isa accounts, find out the best place to put your cash

Should you lock away your cash in a 10-year fixed-term savings account?

Leeds Building Society's new 10-year fixed-term savings account pays 2.53% AER - but should you lock up your cash for a decade?

NS&I announces major shake-up to its Guaranteed Growth and Income bonds

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has announced significant changes to its popular Guaranteed Growth and Income bonds.

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?

Inflation stays at 2.4%: is it time to move your savings?

The UK CPI inflation rate for May 2018 has remained at 2.4% - we explain why the rate has stayed the same, and which savings and Isa accounts can beat it

Are you missing out on the best savings rates?

We look at the competitive savings accounts that might be missed when looking to grow your funds, their pros and cons, and how you can find them

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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