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The best residential mortgage rates this week 14.06.2019

14th June 2019

This week the best rate in both the moving home and remortgage charts was 1.26% discounted variable for two years. For first-time buyers the best rate on offer was also a variable rate of 2.54% discounted variable for two-years

A round up of the best residential mortgage rates this week

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The best savings rates this week 14.06.2019

14th June 2019

A deposit of £1,000 was needed by savers to get the best rates in both the fixed rate bond and notice account charts this week, with the top rates in these charts being offered at 2.76% fixed and 1.92% variable respectively

A round up of this week's savings charts

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Progress review on Help to Buy scheme is published

14th June 2019

A report on the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme has been published by the National Audit Office

A report on the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme has been published by the National Audit Office

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New retirees enjoying higher incomes

13th June 2019

The average weekly income of recent retirees is one fifth (20%) higher than that of older pensions, according to Aegon’s analysis of the latest Government figures

The average weekly income of recent retirees is one fifth (20%) higher than that of older pensions

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A guide to fixed rate bonds

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