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Everyone’s talking about the Pensioner Bond at the moment, and with good reason! Boasting impressive... More
The latest official inflation figures, released this morning, show that the Consumer Prices Index (C... More
More details about the much-anticipated Pensioner Bonds were finally released late on Friday, and it... More
If you’re looking for the best returns on your hard-earned cash, but don’t want to lock your money a... More
There’s no getting away from it – savings rates aren’t exactly enticing at the moment. Unfortunately... 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
AA has made a slight reduction to its two-year fixed rate ISA, but it has maintained its competitive... More
Post Office has reviewed its savings offerings and amended rates by up to 0.20%, allowing two of its... More
Post Office has reviewed its savings offerings and amended rates by up to 0.20%, as well as introduc... More
United Bank UK has increased selected rates by up to 0.54%, catapulting three of its accounts into t... More
Secure Trust Bank has unveiled a new two-year savings bond, which has shot straight to the top of th... More
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