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Easy-access savings accounts are as simple as they sound – they allow you to access your money whene... More
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The latest official inflation figures, released this morning, show that the Consumer Prices Index (C... More
Do you want to get more from your savings? Chances are, the answer is a big fat “yes”. Many people h... More
We all know the importance of saving, but unfortunately, it doesn’t seem as though the majority of u... More
Islamic savings accounts offer a Sharia’a-compliant way of saving for Muslims living in the UK, as w... More
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Savings accounts for the over 50s can offer a better rate, but not always. Make sure you always comp... More
Aldermore has reduced the rate of its two-year fixed rate bond, but it has maintained its competitiv... More
Secure Trust Bank has unveiled a brand new notice account boasting an impressive joint market-leadin... More
FirstSave has unleashed two new one-year fixed rate bonds onto the market, one of which has made its... More
Permanent Bank International has reviewed its offshore euro savings accounts and made some reduction... More
Clydesdale Bank has increased the fixed rates of its retail term deposit bonds by up to 0.21%, pushi... More
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