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Skipton continues to lead the way on NISAs

Skipton Building Society is continuing to lead the way in making sure its customers are fully aware of the new ISA entitlements that come into effect from 1 July.

12.5 million paying “too much tax” on savings and investments

More than one in every four adults in the UK (26%) are paying too much tax on savings and investments, says financial services provider NFU Mutual.

Skipton refreshes popular fixed rate ISA and e-bond range

Skipton Building Society has launched a new Fixed Rate ISA range which sees interest rates increase on its three year products.

New best buy five year cash ISA launched by Leeds Building Society

Savers able to lock away their money for the longer term are being offered a new five year fixed rate Cash ISA from Leeds Building Society with a best buy rate of 2.85% tax-free pa/AER (fixed).

Savings gender gap worsens as women’s savings are less than half of men’s

Women’s savings habits are lagging significantly behind their male counterparts, according to new figures from Santander Savings.

More ISA savers choosing fixed rates

Savers seeking tax-free returns have switched their Cash ISA preferences while the Bank Base Rate has remained at its historic low, Leeds Building Society has discovered.

A NISA way to save tax-free

There was a welcome boost for savers in this year’s Budget, thanks to a loosening of the rules governing Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) and a significant increase in the amount of money people can save tax-free.

Halifax opens late for ISA season

With the end of the tax year looming, Halifax is making life easier and more convenient for customers by opening the majority of its branches late. The bank expects to open a new ISA in its branches every five seconds when they open on April 7th, the first working day of the new tax year.

Leeds Building Society confirms NISA changes for cash savers

Savers with Cash ISAs with Leeds Building Society will be able to top these up to the new raised £15,000 annual allowance come July.

Where are savers putting their money this year?

In the run up to the end of the tax year, Fidelity Personal Investing commissioned a poll of ISA savers, where people were asked about their priorities for their annual allowances.

Tips to spring clean your finances for new tax year

As the fifteenth anniversary of ISAs approaches, the next tax year’s annual ISA allowance of £15,000 is likely to encourage savers and, with interest rates remaining low, stocks and shares ISAs are looking increasingly attractive.

Is Britain saving enough?

Almost two thirds (63%) of Brits still haven’t used their ISA allowance this tax year, according to research by the TSB. Just 15% of people have used their full 2013/14 ISA allowance, with only a fifth (22%) investing a partial amount.

Santander confirms new ISA (NISA) fixed rate cash terms

Savers keen to take advantage of the new ISA (NISA) increased £15,000 limit and make the most of their tax free savings, will be able to make deposits in to their Santander 2 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA account up to 31 August 2014 (for products opened from 10 March 2014).

Bank of Scotland extends fixed rate ISA funding window

In response to last week’s Budget, Bank of Scotland has made changes to its fixed rate ISA rules so that customers don’t miss out on the increased £15,000 NISA limit.

Make your money work harder in the new financial year

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has now announced the UKs annual budget. For some people there will be great benefits, and for others, it may mean that they have to give up a few of life’s luxuries, or at least cut down.