Cash ISAs have never been less popular. According to recent data the amount invested in cash ISAs dropped by half in March 2018 compared to 2017. Is it just low rates, or is the PSA having an effect?
National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has dramatically cut the savings limit on two of its most popular bonds in an effort to curb the huge demand for the products.
So, to help you streamline your search and find the best returns for your money, we’ve put together our pick of the best Cash ISA and Stocks and Shares ISA deals for the 2018/19 tax year.
Get the best savings rates by selecting one of these 5 market leading fixed rate ISAs for the 2018/19 tax year. Updated each month with the best variety of different types of ISAs which pay the best interest rates.
More providers in the fixed-rate cash ISA market are starting to offer solid rates of return. Here are the top picks for 2018.
According to new data from UKFinance, the amount of money in fixed term or notice accounts also fell by six per cent, as British savers turned away from the rock bottom rates on offer at High Street banks.
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Almost four in five (79 per cent) retirees who are already drawing from their pension pot have not set up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA).
Brits logged into their mobile banking apps 5.5bn times in 2017, a year-on-year increase of 13 per cent. Meanwhile, banking customers had more than 5.5m webchats with their banks last year, a 24 per cent increase on the previous year.
Interest rates have been at record lows over the past few years which makes it all the more important for the over-50s to shop around to find the best savings account available to them. Over 50? Get the best rates possible by comparing this list of the best savings accounts available now.
People who can’t afford to buy their own home will have to save at least £445,000 for their retirement, according to the former pensions minister.