Product News

Moneyfacts Weekly Product News - 27/04/17 -  27th April 2017

The Moneyfacts Weekly Product News is a round-up of the latest products or rate changes to hit the consumer finance market over the past seven days. The deals are available right now, but may be subject to change. Read More...

Principality enters 2yr mortgage chart -  27th April 2017

Principality BS has reduced selected rates, including on its two-year mortgage deal, which has entered the Best Buy chart for its sector and earned the highest Moneyfacts rating as a result. Read More...

New notice business saver -  26th April 2017

Cambridge BS has launched a new 100-day business notice account, which has entered the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process. Read More...

Variable ISA still competes -  25th April 2017

Coventry BS has decreased the rate on its variable rate cash ISA, yet despite this it has remained competitive enough to stay in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high rating. Read More...

Yorkshire presents lowest-ever mortgage rate -  21st April 2017

Yorkshire BS has amended its discounted variable rate mortgage, which now offers the lowest ever rate on the market, thereby easily taking the number one spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector and deservedly earning our highest rating. Read More...

News

6 of the best high interest current accounts

28th April 2017 While fixed savings rates have been on the rise recently, they're still far lower than they have been in the past. As a result, some savers have been contemplating alternative and riskier ways to save. Read More...

Comparing the best investment ISAs

28th April 2017 It can’t be denied that keeping your money in cash isn’t exactly profitable at the moment. After all, once inflation is taken into account, negative interest is a reality for many. That’s why investment ISAs are becoming increasingly appealing. Read More...

The cost of keeping myths alive: £2,570

28th April 2017 New research reveals that parents are spending £2,570 per child on average to keep childhood myths such as the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny alive. Some parents are even willing to go over budget to make sure their kids can continue believing. Read More...

Savers seeking riskier investments

27th April 2017 The recent record low savings rates are a huge blow to savers, who may be missing out on meaningful returns. As a result, many are looking to alternative means of saving, with savers becoming increasingly open to riskier options. Read More...

Escape pensioner poverty – can you claim benefits?

26th April 2017 Pensioner poverty is an ongoing concern, and it appears that things aren’t improving, with Age UK highlighting that millions are struggling financially in retirement – which is why they’re urging people to check if they’re eligible for benefits. Read More...

3.7m people switched current account since 2013

26th April 2017 Switching current account has been easier than ever since the Current Account Switch Service was introduced in September 2013, and millions have taken the plunge to do just that. If you’re not one of them, is it worth joining in? Read More...

How to protect your savings should a bank go bust

25th April 2017 The value of keeping your savings protected can't be underestimated. While a bank going bust in this day and age is highly unlikely, having peace of mind that your savings are covered is undoubtedly reassuring. That’s where the FSCS comes in. Read More...