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Tipton & Coseley Building Society has launched three new Cash ISA products to help its customers take advantage of tax-free savings.

Written by Courtney Lucas.

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There is no shortage of wacky and innovative advice out there for savers who want to make the most of their cash. Will one of these financial ‘diets’ work for you?

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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Banks are going out of business - or, at least, that’s what the figures seem to suggest. At the start of 2007, there were 11,283 branches across the UK. By January 2019, this figure had halved to just 5,694.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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Skipton Building Society has launched a new Cash ISA Tracker, which will pay savers 0.46 per cent above the bank base rate. The current base rate is 0.75 per cent, which means the Skipton ISA will pay 1.21 per cent in interest.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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More than three quarters (76.8 per cent) of cash being held in High Street banks is being kept in low-paying instant access accounts, new data has revealed.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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UK building societies have kicked off the New Year with a series of competitively-priced savings rates, in a sign that savers may finally see an end to low interest rates in 2019.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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Almost one fifth (18 per cent) of Londoners have no rainy-day fund, while 23 per cent would not be able to cope with the expense of a broken boiler.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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Brexit, currency wars, challenger banks and rising interest rates – according to the experts, any one of these factors could make or break your savings and investments.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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Angry commuters are protesting the rail fare increases, which have once again risen higher than the top-paying savings rates

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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The New Year is a great time to refresh your finances. Let’s face it – most of us want to save more money, or to make our existing savings work harder.

Written by Kathryn Gaw.

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