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John Lewis launches savings accounts for ethical investors – how do they compare?

John Lewis launches savings accounts for ethical investors – how do they compare?

John Lewis has launched three environmentally and socially responsible investment products in partnership with Nutmeg. Which? takes a look at how they compare.

NatWest launches junior stocks and shares Isa – is it any good?

NatWest launches junior stocks and shares Isa – is it any good?

NatWest has launched a new Junior stocks and shares Isa for parents and guardians who want to save and invest for their children, for as little at £10 per month. Should you consider it?

Cash Isas attract 1.2 million new savers – why are they so popular?

Cash Isas attract 1.2 million new savers – why are they so popular?

Find out about the UK's Isa savings habits, which have been revealed in new data from HMRC.

Which? reveals best DIY investment platforms

Which? reveals best DIY investment platforms

Find out which DIY investment platforms have the most satisfied customers and the best-value fees in our 2021 analysis, which includes Hargreaves Lansdown, Vanguard, AJ Bell Youinvest and more

Wealth 8 launches stocks and shares Isa to bridge ethnicity wealth gap: how does it compare?

Wealth 8 launches stocks and shares Isa to bridge ethnicity wealth gap: how does it compare?

Digital investment platform Wealth 8 has launched a stocks and shares Isa, primarily aimed at the black, Asian and minority ethnic community. Which? looks at what the platform offers, and how it compares to other providers.

The stocks and shares Isa where going for a walk could reduce your fees – is it any good?

The stocks and shares Isa where going for a walk could reduce your fees – is it any good?

Find out about Vitality's investment Isa, which discounts fees depending on how active you are, along with other ways of reducing stocks and shares Isa charges.

Eight Isa saving strategies to boost your pot

Eight Isa saving strategies to boost your pot

From building up emergency savings to drip-feeding cash into a stocks and shares Isa, Which? reveals some clever ways to make the most of your Isa allowance.

Six reasons you should consider a stocks and shares Isa this year

Six reasons you should consider a stocks and shares Isa this year

With the new tax year approaching, now could be a good time to start investing in a stocks and shares Isa. Here, Which? looks at the advantages of opening one.

The Big Exchange launches a sustainable Junior stocks and shares Isa – is it any good?

The Big Exchange launches a sustainable Junior stocks and shares Isa – is it any good?

Which? takes a closer look at the new ethical stocks and shares Isa for kids including the minimum monthly contributions, charges and how it compares.

Could maxing out the Junior Isa allowance give your child a £110,000 windfall?

Could maxing out the Junior Isa allowance give your child a £110,000 windfall?

Saving for your children not only provides them with a welcome nest-egg when they reach adulthood, but can mean they’re better savers for the rest of their lives.  Research from...

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