Whether you're saving for a house, retirement, or a well-deserved holiday, make sure you're putting your money to work with a savings account.
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An ISA lets you build up your savings by £20,000 per year. Cash ISAs are very safe but offer very low returns; stocks and shares ISAs are risky, but could earn you a lot of interest, tax free.
IFISAs are a third type of ISA that uses peer-to-peer investments to potentially earn you higher rates of interest - but with a higher level of risk, too. Read our in-depth IFISA explainer before you dive in.
Fixed rate bonds (aka fixed rate savings accounts) offer high rates of interest, but you must be prepared to lock your money away for a fixed period of time - usually one to five years.
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Peer-to-peer investments advertise a much higher rate of interest than traditional savings accounts - but they're riskier, and there are more caveats to consider before diving in.
If you put £4,000 per year into a Lifetime ISA, the government will pay you a 25% bonus - a free £1,000 per year. A Lifetime ISA can be spent on buying your first home or saved for retirement.
ISAs are a good way of maximising your savings, but you don't want to leave your money in an account with low returns. Transferring one ISA into a better ISA is usually your best course of action. Here's how to do it.