If you haven’t checked the interest rate on your savings recently, you could be earning as little as 0.1%.
Anyone can now invest in premium bonds on behalf of children under the age of 16.
With interest rates slowly back on the rise, we examine the best savings accounts and Isa accounts on offer in 2019.
Easy access account rates have risen, but loyal savers can miss out, explains Sylvia Morris.
Money Observer’s Prudent Parent explains his investment strategy for children.
There has been a notable uptick in savers opting for stocks and shares Isas.
Half a million savers will see returns fall as NS&I index-linked certificates switch from RPI to CPI.
Amid so much choice, Paul Latham offers suggestions on how to make a crowded marketplace less confusing.
Here are five groups of people who should definitely use an Isa for their savings to avoid being hit with a tax charges in the future.