Many have stated that interest rates should rise, but The Bank of England predicts that interest rates will not rise again until late 2018.
In this article, we discuss the concept of open banking in the UK and summarise the key things you need to know.
Some savings account providers have turned to a few bizarre gimmicks to try and draw savers away from traditional, more 'boring' products.
According to the latest statistics, a £20 billion dip in cash ISA saving was seen over the course of 2017, with savers heading elsewhere.
Good news could be on the cards for UK savers following indications by Bank of England committee members could vote to rise rates.
New research has indicated that it may be more sensible financially to invest in fixed bond rates as opposed to ISAs.
Many people are neglecting to set aside any money for potential care home costs, which, for many, could be a huge error in judgement.
The ONS has stated that people in the UK are saving less and less, increasing the future burden onto the younger generation following them.
If you want to raise extra cash for your retirement and you own your home outright, an equity release scheme could be an option to consider.
Until recently, expats who chose to settle overseas could keep their UK bank account, but tougher rules have meant account closures.
With a £70,000 lump sum you'll be able to provide for your children or grandchildren’s future with these strategic investment choices.