Savings Accounts

Whether you're saving for a house, retirement, or something else, make sure you're putting your money to work with a savings account.

Latest Savings Accounts Articles

How to create a passive income stream

If you’re worried your salary is not enough to help you save a deposit for your first property or prepare you for retirement, building wealth through passive income is a strategy that might appeal to you.

18 April, 2019

ISA allowances

ISAs can be a great way of saving tax-free for your future, and they are relatively straightforward to understand. However, to get the most from your ISA allowance, it’s important to understand what types of ISAs are available, how they work, and what their benefits are.

18 April, 2019

Fixed rate cash ISAs

Fixed-rate cash ISAs pay you a guaranteed amount of tax-free interest for a fixed term – usually between one and five years. The trade-off is that you can’t easily withdraw funds from a fixed-rate cash ISA.

18 April, 2019

Cash ISAs

Cash ISAs

18 April, 2019

Children’s savings accounts

We form many lifelong habits when we’re children, both good and bad, and a smart approach to personal finance is no exception. As a parent, it could be wise to help your kids learn good financial habits early on – and a children’s savings account is perfect for doing just that.

18 April, 2019

How to choose a savings account

There are lots of different types of savings account to choose from. Fixed rate bonds, cash ISAs, regular and bonus savings accounts all offer something different. Which one is right for you?

18 April, 2019

How Brexit will affect your finances

In less than a year from now – on March 29, 2019 to be precise – the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union.

28 January, 2019

How to save money: 10 tips

It's worth having emergency savings, but a quarter of UK households do not. Here are 10 ways to boost your savings and transform your financial life.

28 January, 2019

5 common overlooked budget expenses

Every budget is a work in progress. Even if you’re a savvy, disciplined budgeter, there can be unexpected or forgotten expenses that break your budget and cause financial distress.

28 January, 2019

How to get your first mortgage

Despite the current uncertainty surrounding the property market, 29,400 new first-time buyer mortgages were completed in December 2018 alone, according to banking and finance representative UK Finance.

18 January, 2019

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