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NS&I Guaranteed savings bonds go back on sale

The popular fixed-rate bonds haven’t been on sale since 2009. Which? explains how they work and whether they’re worth taking out.

Gimmicky savings accounts: could bonus offers beat low rates?

As interest rates remain at uninspiring lows, a number of providers have launched eye-catching gimmicks to tempt savers into using their products. Which? rounds up some of the UK’s most...

Revealed: the top savings accounts that vanish after 24 hours

A quarter of all savings deals launched by lesser-known ‘challenger’ banks in the past 12 months were pulled from sale within two weeks, with some offers disappearing just a day...

Most popular savings accounts of 2017

Which? reveals the five most in-demand savings accounts from users of Money Compare over 2017 so far. The two most popular products were both one year fixed-rate accounts, suggesting savers have...

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...

Budget 2017: savings changes

The big Budget news for savers is that a new National Savings and Investments (NS&I) bond, available from April, will pay 2.2% over three years. Philip Hammond confirmed the rate...

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