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UK savers prefer to keep their money in ‘safe’ financial options such as savings accounts, even when interest rates are low.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned that UK savers are still losing out, three years after new measures were introduced to improve the ease of switching savings accounts to get best interest rates through banks.
With the annual tax-free ISA allowance currently being £20k, you may be wondering how to split this sum for the best return before the end of the financial year.
Many have stated that interest rates should rise, but The Bank of England predicts that interest rates will not rise again until May 2018.
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NS&I has cut the rates on two of its most popular bond products due to high demand, bucking the trend of increasing savings rates. The 3-year Guaranteed Growth Bond has been reduced from 2.2% to 1.95%, while the 3-year Income Bonds have been reduced to 1.9%.
Putting off pension savings is the biggest regret among the working and retired population, a new poll has found. More than half (51 per cent) of working people and 38 per cent of pensioners said that they wished they had started saving for their pension earlier.