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Savings accounts come in all shapes and sizes, from notice and easy access accounts to fixed rates and defined access. So, how do you know which is best for you? We take a look at the options.

Coronavirus has changed the way many of us spend and save money. But will these new habits last? Challenge yourself to make saving a permanent lifestyle choice with our top savings tips.

How does a Lifetime ISA work compared with a Help-to-Buy ISA? We take a look at the key differences and answer your most frequently asked questions.

Confirmation of Payee is a new account name checking service being introduced by banks and building societies later this year to help tackle fraud. Find out how it works and how it will affect you.

An emergency savings fund can reduce the need to borrow money during challenging times. The amount you need depends on individual circumstances but here are some tips to get started.

Flexible ISAs often come with a range of rules and options that can be confusing. Find out what you need to know to understand ISA flexibility and maximise the benefits with our handy Q&A.

The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on our day-to-day lives with our finances one of the areas most affected. Here are 5 ways we've seen to save and lose money during lockdown.

Criminals are exploiting the outbreak of coronavirus to launch financial scams. Learn how to spot the signs of a COVID-19 scammer and protect yourself from fraud. 

Whether you’re new to savings or well versed in the benefits of tax wrapping, we’ve compiled some top tips to help you grow your savings pot.

An ISA, or Individual Savings Account, is a flexible, tax-free way to save. Discover the basics and learn about the different types of ISA, how they work and the various rules that apply.

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*AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded on an annual basis.

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