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Monthly interest savings deals: can any beat the NS&I?

Which? assesses to what degree savers could be better off by investing in new one- and three-year fixed Guaranteed Income bonds offered by NS&I.

Autumn Budget: 8 personal finance reforms hidden in the small print

Which? explains eight of the less eye-catching reforms from this week's Autumn Budget statement that affect the world of personal finance.

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Millions hope for lottery win to fund retirement

Millions of over-50s workers across the UK have failed to start making retirement plans, with some even hoping for a lottery win to secure future income.

Autumn Budget 2017: boost for Junior Isas

The amount you can save in a Junior Isa will be going up from April 2018. The past year has seen a number of important changes for savers, including the...

CPI inflation remains at 3%: which savings accounts can beat it?

UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) remained flat at 3% in October, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) says the rising price...

Banks failing to pass on interest rate boost to savers

Which? looks at whether banks have passed on the base rate increase to savings account customers, and explains how you can find the best savings deal.

FCA’s biggest ever consumer survey: the 5 things you need to know

In one of the biggest pieces of consumer personal finance research in history, the Financial Conduct Authority quizzed almost 13,000 individuals on the state of their finances – including how...

Bank of England increases base rate to 0.5%

Which? analyses how the Monetary Policy Committee's decision to increase the Bank of England base rate to 0.5% could impact on savers and homeowners.

Premium bond winners November 2017: prize pool hits new high

Two lucky premium bond holders became millionaires overnight as the winners of NS&I’s November prize draw were announced – and a record number of smaller prizes were handed out too. ...

CPI inflation rockets to 3%, the highest since 2012

UK inflation has risen to a five-and-a-half year high of 3% – the highest level since April 2012. The figure, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), cannot be beaten...

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