Leeds Building Society has launched its ‘Save Interesting’ campaign, which asks people around the UK to submit their "saving stories".
Skipton Building Society has this week launched an attractive Christmas Regular Saver account, giving people chance to earn a good rate of interest and avoid getting into debt over the Festive season.
Leeds Building Society has launched a long-term fixed rate monthly income bond paying a guaranteed return of 4%, which is eight times Bank of England Base Rate (BBR), for 10 years.
Over one in four Britons (27%) with an emergency fund have broken into it when they didn’t have to, according to the latest NS&I Quarterly Savings Survey.
Over a quarter (26 per cent) of adults are stuck on low savings interest rates as they believe rates are so low it isn’t worth looking elsewhere according to a poll by MoneySuperMarket.
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.
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.
Over 10 million (28 per cent) UK savers are keeping financial matters a secret from loved ones by hiding a total of £92 billion worth of savings, with the average secret savings account containing £8,717, according to research from Post Office Savings.
Thrifty money saving efforts are boosting people's finances by an average of £530 a year. Vouchers, money-off apps, packed lunches and home cooked meals are popular money savers together with shopping around for insurance and reducing energy use to shrink bills.
AA Savings has improved its 2-Year Fixed Rate and Internet Extra variable easy-access savings accounts for new savers, by removing the interest rate tiers for different savings balances.
Saga Savings has launched a new three year fixed rate savings account, rewarding savers with balances of £1 or more with an attractive AER of 2.55%.
With the new rules reducing the time it takes to switch your current account coming into force, savers could bolster the interest they can earn, in a high interest-paying current account, plus they may also have access to some exclusive savings accounts.
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