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Help to Buy Isa trick could earn you an extra £1,100 – but it’s ending soon

Time is running out for Help to Buy Isa savers to double their bonus by transferring their cash to a Lifetime Isa. Which? explains the pros and cons.

Seven financial resolutions to keep in 2018

From Open Banking to Blockchain, the financial sector is changing fast. Which? explains how these trends are likely to affect your bottom line in 2018.

Skipton launches first-ever cash lifetime Isa…paying 0.5%

Savers aged between 18 and 40 will be able to open a cash lifetime Isa from this Thursday – but they’ll only earn 0.5% on their savings. Although lifetime Isas...

Lifetime Isas launch: can you open one?

Lifetime Isas have become available today, designed to help under 40s save for their first home or for retirement. But no banks or building societies are currently offering one for...

Earn hundreds more in 2017 with our new tax year money-saving tricks

The new tax year begins on 6 April, and with it comes a raft of opportunities to save or make hundreds – and potentially thousands – of pounds in 2017....

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New tax year: will you be better or worse off?

April 6 is one of the most important dates on the financial calendar – the start of the new tax year, which signals both the launch of a raft of...

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Is the lifetime Isa set to be a flop?

With only weeks until the lifetime Isa launches, not a single bank or building society can confirm it is ready to offer one, and many other Isa providers say they...

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...

Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

This year’s Spring Budget, in which the Chancellor of the Exchequer announces key changes affecting our finances in the upcoming tax year and beyond, takes place on 8 March 2017....

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