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Savers urged to act quickly to secure best fixed rate account deals

21st September 2020

Savers are being urged to act quickly to secure the best saving deals available as the average shelf life of a fixed rate bond has fallen to just 36 days, which is its lowest level in over a decade

Savers are being urged to act quickly to secure the best saving deals available as the average shelf life of a fixed rate bond has fallen to just 36 days, which is its lowest level in over a decade

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NS&I to reduce rates- are premium bonds still a good investment?

21st September 2020

Today, National Savings & Investments (NS&I) announced that it was planning to reduce rates on its variable rate savings products, premium bonds, as well as some fixed term saving accounts, which are due to come into effect on 24 November

Today, National Savings & Investments (NS&I) announced that it was planning to reduce rates on its variable rate savings products

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 18.09.20

18th September 2020

The best residential mortgage rates this week 18.09.20 including first time buyers, remortgages and those moving home. This week saw many changes as lenders increased rates and removed mortgages.

The best residential mortgage rates this week 18.09.20 including first time buyers, remortgages and those moving home. This week saw many changes as lenders inc

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The best savings rates this week 18.09.20

18th September 2020

After a slow 2020, the savings market is moving again with new rates appearing almost on a daily basis this week

After a slow 2020, the savings market is moving again with new rates appearing almost on a daily basis this week

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Mortgage tips for over 70s

Our guide to finding a mortgage for the over 70s.

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When is it a good idea to remortgage?

This guide explains when it might be the right time to remortgage.

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12 steps to get debt free

Our guide to helping break free from debt.

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How are my savings taxed?

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a Personal Savings Allowance (PSA) of £1,000.

How are my savings taxed?

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