Just like going to the dentist or finishing housework, many of us see investing our ISA allowance as a chore to be put off until the last minute each tax year.
Skipton Building Society has launched a new Fixed Rate Bond range, with rates paying up to 3.00%. The Society will also launch a new range of branch and online Fixed Rate ISAs, paying up to 3.00%.
Virgin Money is launching a new range of savings accounts. They offer choice for customers depending on whether they want instant access to their savings, or are happy to invest for a longer period of time for a higher return.
The Junior ISA celebrates its second birthday on the 1st November and for the first time a majority (57%) of parents are aware of the long-term children’s saving product.
One in five savers (21%) have less than £500 put aside, with one in ten (11%) having less than £100 in savings.
Skipton Building Society is maintaining its attractive range of fixed rate bonds, e-bonds and ISAs, which have proved extremely popular with savers.
Virgin Money is launching a new range of fixed rate bonds and fixed rate cash ISAs. The new accounts are available to open in Virgin Money stores, as well as online, over the telephone and by post with interest rates the same through all distribution channels.
The West Brom has launched two new savings products with market leading rates of 3.15% fixed over five years to give greater returns to customers.
Leeds Building Society has increased the rates on its market leading 5-Year Fixed Rate Bonds and ISAs by up to 0.15%.
Nationwide Building Society has launched new Fixed Rate Bonds, eBonds and Fixed Rate ISAs paying the highest rates available from major high street providers.
Leeds Building Society has announced the launch of not one, but four market leading savings products and is offering a 5-Year Fixed Rate Bond and ISA, both paying 3.00%, with the ISA paying 0.50% more than the next best in the market.
Savings balances of instant access Cash ISAs have declined more rapidly than those of other instant access accounts in the last 12 months, according the latest Halifax Savings Barometer.
Alliance Trust Savings customers are already embracing a change in regulation that is allowing them to invest in AIM shares within their Stocks and Shares ISA.
Half (49%) of parents, who have or plan to contribute to their children’s first home, plan to raise money to help their children buy their first property through cash savings, new research from Castle Trust, the housing investment and equity loans provider, shows.
TD Direct Investing has announced that it is to offer investors the opportunity to purchase and sell AIM stocks as part of its Stocks & Shares ISA offering.
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