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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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If you’re looking for the best returns on your hard-earned cash, but don’t want to lock your money a... More
The latest official inflation figures, released this morning, show that the Consumer Prices Index (C... More
If you were lucky enough to get an unexpected cash windfall, would you save it or spend it? Well, if... More
Islamic savings accounts offer a Sharia’a-compliant way of saving for Muslims living in the UK, as w... More
Find out where your bank or building society is licenced, and what deposit protection guarantees you... More
Savings accounts for the over 50s can offer a better rate, but not always. Make sure you always comp... More
Secure Trust Bank has just unveiled four new fixed term bonds, all of which have won a place on the ... More
Tesco Bank has recently reviewed its fixed savings range, and despite a small reduction, the five-ye... More
A saving review from Raphaels Bank has led to a slight reduction in rates, but the six-month notice ... More
United Trust Bank has reviewed its savings portfolio and, despite slight reduction in rate, the two-... More
West Brom Building Society has unveiled a brand new no notice saving account, which has stormed stra... More
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