A complete archive of all our Savings news and articles
The city watchdog for finance has revealed places to out any banks that offer low interest rates to longstanding customers.
29 Jul 15 Read More
In a new revelation, it has been revealed that customers will now receive £10,000 less than what they would previously if their bank goes bust.
7 Jul 15 Read More
The longstanding ability of the post office to sell premium bonds over their counters is set to end very soon. It has been announced that by the end of July all sales of the government backed bonds will be made over the phone, online, by electronic transfer or by post.
30 Jun 15 Read More
While many customers may be sceptical about keeping their money with lesser known foreign or smaller UK banks, they could be getting much better returns on their cash by taking the leap of faith.
10 Jun 15 Read More
The public are expected to deposit millions of pounds into premium bonds in the coming weeks as the new limit becomes £50,000, up from £40,000.
28 May 15 Read More
The government's savings bank, National Savings and Investments, has warned any savers aged 65 and over to allow plenty of time for their applications for pensioner bonds to travel by post.
12 May 15 Read More
The Office for National Statistics has published a report revealing the financial well-being of households in Britain was better last year. However, it did also show that the situation had not significantly improved since five years ago.
31 Mar 15 Read More
Ahead of the new tax year, new research from investment service provider Willis Owen reveals that young people are more likely than any other group to save and invest in the next year.
24 Mar 15 Read More
The National Savings and Investments bank has reported that on average UK citizens are saving more money than they have been in the last ten years.
10 Mar 15 Read More
The most recent bank to be launched in Britain, the Charter Savings Bank, have introduced a number of competitive deals, including the easy-access account which gives holders a 1.25% rate.
2 Mar 15 Read More