Cash Isas

Don't miss out on £3,000 to help buy your first home: just six months left to take out a Help to Buy Isa

Homebuyers looking to take out a Help to Buy (HTB) Isa will have to move quickly as they only have six months left before the scheme is withdrawn.

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Coventry Building Society offers market leading easy-access Cash Isa as it boosts savings rates

Coventry Building Society has increased the rate on its easy-access Cash Isa to a market-leading rate of 1.5%.

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Nationwide to withdraw its 5% Flex Regular Online Saver

Nationwide Building Society is withdrawing its Flex Regular Online Saver as it is not reaching its target market.

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Half a million savers to see returns fall as NS&I index-linked certificates switch from RPI to CPI

From 1 May index-linked savings certificates from NS&I will start tracking the Consumer Price Index (CPI) instead of the Retail Price Index (RPI).

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Savings update: top picks for savers as the Isa deadline looms

Savers looking to use their Cash Isa allowance before the end of the tax year on 5 April 5 can earn up to 1.5% through easy-access accounts.

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TSB launches new 18-month Cash Isa - here's how it compares

TSB has boosted its Isa range just in time for the end of the tax year with the launch of a new 18-month fixed rate Cash Isa.

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Monzo announces range of savings accounts that pay interest - but you can get higher rates directly with its partner

Banking app Monzo has announced a partnership with savings provider OakNorth to offer interest-paying savings accounts to customers

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Savings update: market-leading easy-access Cash Isa now 1.5% as rates tick up

Coventry Building Society has launched a new version of its Online Isa at 1.5%, to match the top rate offered by Santander’s eISA.

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The Isa - your flexible friend

The Cash Isa still remains the nation's favourite

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Savings update: NS&I and Santander raise Isa rates

National Savings and Investments has raised the rate on its Direct Isa by 0.15 percentage points to 0.9% for...

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