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Hidden treasure: Unearth your lost accounts
Thousands of pounds could be lying in dormant accounts and lost pensions. Here’s how to track down your cash.Many…
Pensioners warned as £10 billion in NS&I ‘granny bonds’ set to mature
Pensioners are being urged to check their maturing savings accounts with National Savings and Investments (NS&I) to ensure…
Five banks fail to meet open banking deadline
Five banks have been given extra time to comply with the new “open banking” rules after it became clear they would miss the…
Ask the Experts: What's the best way for my son to get to grips with the savings habit?
One of our experts answers a reader's question.
Will there be further interest rate rises in 2018?
The Bank of England finally raised the base rate by 0.25% in November 2017, the first rise for more than a decade, but when…
Savings update: Providers pull top rates
Top savings rates have disappeared this week as Virgin Money, Charter Savings Bank and Atom Bank lowered rates on their…
Pick the winner of the Moneywise Customer Service Awards 2018
Now’s the time to have your say about the financial firms that have gone that extra mile for you and to name and shame those…
Have your say on the financial services companies you trust – for the chance to win £1,000
Which financial services providers have got it right this year? And which companies must do better in the future? You can have…
Savings update: Banks continue to make short-term rate tweaks
New banks and building societies continue to tweak their rates. They are launching easy-access accounts which pay top…
Help to Save scheme delayed
Low-earners will be left waiting longer than expected for access to a new government savings scheme, called ‘Help to Save’.
Two million stuck in ‘vicious cycle’ of overdraft debt
More than two million consumers live in a cycle of overdraft debt, with banks under fire for failing to protect customers from…
Savings update: How NS&I’s new bonds compare
National Savings & Investments have relaunched its fixed-rate