Wages are rising, borrowing is decreasing, however British savings as a percentage of income are at historic lows.
Perhaps you have a New Year’s Resolution to open a new savings account this year. With so many products on the market, it can be quite confusing when looking for the right savings account. The Money Advice Service have some tips on how to narrow your search for the right savings product...
The Treasury has confirmed that it is looking at ways to change some of the ways in which pensions tax relief is provided.
Just seven months remain until the UK leaves the European Union, and with an ever increasing chance of a “No-Deal Brexit”, we take a look at what that means for you.
Banks may soon be forced to offer a minimum interest rate in an attempt to tackle poor returns on customers’ savings.
A rise in consumer spending has seen savings levels drop to their lowest level in 13 years.
According to a new report, workers should be saving at least 12% of their annual wage into a pension.
According to a leading investments firm, workers should have double their annual salaries in savings by the time they reach their mid-30s.
Most people would like to build up a healthy rainy day fund, but many struggle to get started and structure their saving. We take a look at some simple steps to kick starting your savings accounts.
The 2017 Budget was delivered on 22nd November by Chancellor Philip Hammond, and contained big changes, particularly for first time buyers.
Savings rates are at rock bottom, but that doesn’t mean that saving is a bad idea. Here are some of the commonly asked questions about how to save…
The majority of Britons expect to work past retirement age as worries about the size of pension pots surface.
A break down of the key points regarding taxes, savings and pensions from the Spring Budget 2017.
After the odds of winning a prize were cut last year, NS&I have made further changes to their popular premium bonds scheme.
Good news for savers as the limit of guaranteed savings protection is increased.
Sticking to financial goals is not an easy task, but by making small, achievable changes, you will eventually be able to reach larger, long term targets. Take a look at some suggestions for financial new year's resolutions to help you on your way...
What are the key points from the Autumn Statement and how will they affect you?
Easy access saving accounts have suffered at the hands of rock bottom interest rates for a while now, but long term, fixed rate bonds are the latest accounts to experience a rate cut.
With interest rates on child savings account so low, it’s difficult to know where the best place to put your children’s money is.
Replacing the Money Advice Service, a new government body will provide financial advice on pensions, debt and other money issues.