Moneywise Best Buys

Best Cash Isa rates this week

It's always worth considering a Cash Isa, even though most people do not pay tax on their earnings from savings. In this article we highlight the best Cash Isas around. Updated weekly.

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Best balance transfer and 0% purchase cards

Whether you're planning a big purchase or want to reduce the amount you pay in interest, Moneywise has highlighted a range of credit cards to your spending patterns. Updated weekly.

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Should you remortgage before Brexit?

Brexit is just around the corner and while it is impossible to predict exactly what will happen, the impact on interest rates is a concern for mortgage holders.

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Where should savers put their money to benefit from the rising interest rate?

The Bank of England has raised interest rates twice in the past 12 months – news that should be music to the ears of beleaguered savers.

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Mortgages: should you commit to a 10-year fix?

With the Bank of England’s base rate rising above 0.5% to 0.75% for the first time since March 2009, the question on many mortgage holders’ lips will be what to do next.

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Don’t be left rudderless abroad this summer: Arm yourself with the cheapest travel money

Whether you’re jetting off to sunnier skies or setting sail on a summer sojourn, using a specialist overseas card is the best way to keep your costs down. Here are Moneywise’s best buys.

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New best buy alert: the biggest savings rates from the smallest providers

The quest by savers for higher interest rates is reliant on finding small providers that offer big rates.

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Current account switching: which incentives get customers going?

Current account switching offers have taken a different path of late, with upfront cash offers declining while reward schemes and non-monetary offers are on the rise.

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How far can you fly on an airline card?

Jetsetters looking to maximise returns on their spending might want to consider using an airline credit card to accrue rewards.

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Lifetime Isas – which account should I open?

The Lifetime Isa is a great way for young people to save for their first home or to help fund the cost of retirement. This article outlines the best ways for you to invest or save. Updated monthly.

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