There was some interesting news this week for investors who may be looking to place their money in shorter-term investments.
Finally, some good news for savers as fixed rate bonds rates have bounced back to levels we haven't seen since 1 year ago. Wahoo!
Savings accounts across England are increasingly falling out of favour, with individuals turning instead to investments.
Many millennials, it would seem, are currently refraining from looking to the future and are instead focused only on the present.
Good news could be on the cards for UK savers following indications by Bank of England committee members could vote to rise rates.
Junior ISAs, or JISAs, are popular with grandparents saving for grandchildren, but they'd prefer it if they could open one themselves.
New research has indicated that it may be more sensible financially to invest in fixed bond rates as opposed to ISAs.
We’re constantly told to save for the future. But when savings rates are falling, it can be difficult to believe in that advice.
A recent report has condemned some of the most commonly sold add-on financial products are at best useless, and at worse, a total rip off.
There are currently some 1,700 different UK savings accounts from which to choose – so how do you compare savings accounts in such a market?
Savers are ditching fixed-rate bonds and tax-free cash ISAs in their droves & turning to flexible accounts, recent data shows.