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What do YOU think is the best way to save?

What do YOU think is the best way to save?

Category: Savings

Updated: 10/07/2015
First Published: 10/07/2015

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It can be difficult to secure a decent return on our savings these days. Average rates only ever seem to be falling, and unfortunately, the downward trend shows no signs of reversing. So, we thought we'd run through a few options – and we want to know what you think!

Check out our latest blog post to get a feel for the alternatives available (high interest current accounts, peer-to-peer lending, buy-to-let?) and let us know your thoughts. The results will give us an insight into what savers really think, and we'll create a summary to give a first-hand view of the state of the savings market. Happy reading!

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