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Are notice savings accounts a grand place to invest £1,000 or more?

24th June 2019

With rates for the top notice accounts falling below the rate of inflation we ask if these types of savings accounts are still the preferred home for deposits of £1,000 or more.

We explain why notice savings accounts are still a good place for your savings.

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The best savings rates this week 21.06.2019

21st June 2019

With inflation falling to 2.00% earlier this week, it meant good news for savers as more accounts are now offering rates that can match or beat inflation. All the top rates in our fixed rate bonds chart offer rates above inflation, while the best rates in the notice account and easy access savings charts are still below inflation, however they remain highly competitive this week.

All the top rates in our fixed rate bonds chart offer rates above inflation, while the best rates in the notice account and easy access savings charts are still below inflation, however they remain highly competitive this week.

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 21.06.2019

21st June 2019

This week's best mortgage rates

This week's best mortgage rates

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The best inflation-beating savings accounts in June 2019

21st June 2019

Inflation has fallen to 2.0% in May, down from 2.1% in April, which is good news for savers as it means more savings accounts now beat inflation

Inflation has fallen to 2.0% in May, down from 2.1% in April, which is good news for savers as it means more savings accounts now beat inflation

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A guide to fixed rate bonds

Find out how fixed rate bonds work and their pros and cons.

Find out how fixed rate bonds work and their pros and cons.

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A guide to 0% balance transfer credit cards, what they are and how they work.

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A guide to fixed rate ISAs.

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