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Best savings rates come from challengers as high-street banks short-change savers

We reveal where to find the best savings rates, and expose which of the big high-street banks are offering the worst rates.

This investment pays 8% a year – and offers free burritos. What’s the catch?

Mexican food chain, Chilango, issued a new bond giving investors the chance to earn interest of 8%. Find out if it's worth investing in.

June inflation remains at 2.4% – what does it mean for your savings?

Which? explains what the June inflation rise/drop has been caused by, what it could mean for your savings, and where you can find the best rates to beat it

New savings account pays air miles instead of cash interest – is it a good deal?

Virgin Atlantic's new one-year fixed-rate savings account pays interest in air miles, rather than cash - we look at how good the deal really is

Revealed: the best-rate savings accounts for small deposits

Survey finds almost 50% of savers have less than £5,000 to put away, meaning some accounts are out of reach. Find the best accounts for modest deposits.

Could this cash Isa hack earn you the best rates?

We've found ways you can split up your savings in order to make the best returns without locking up access to your cash for several years at a time

NS&I slashes £1m savings limit on new fixed-rate savings bonds

Which? explains what you need to know about the new NS&I savings bonds and how they compare to other fixed-rate bonds on the market.

Could a 15-month fixed-rate bond offer the best savings rate?

Which? looks at the market of short-term fixed-rate bonds to see if quirkier terms offer better interest rates to benefit your savings

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...

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