Nisa

Newcomer banks' rates continue to trump larger rivals

New banks are paying far higher rates than their well-established rivals on fixed-rate bonds.

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Newcomer banks top savings tables

New banks are dominating the best buy tables on both easy-access accounts and fixed-rate bonds.

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Aldermore ups fixed rates but cuts Isa interest

Aldermore Bank is increasing the rate of interest it pays on two of its fixed-rate savings accounts.
 

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NS&I tops savings table as Skipton closes leading cash Isa

Top rate easy-access cash Isas continue to disappear. Skipton BS has closed its Bonus Isa at 1.5% to new savers.

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Top-paying 'pensioner bonds' close today

Savers aged 65 or more have until tonight to open the top-rate bonds on sale from National Savings & Investments.

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Newcomer banks top savings tables

There is a stark difference in what you earn on fixed-rate deals with traditional banks, compared with newcomer banks.

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Have Budget changes made cash Isas worthless?

Around 28 million savers are set to benefit from a radical overhaul to high-street accounts next April. From then every basic-rate taxpayer will be able to earn £1,000 interest a year without having to pay tax.

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Skipton launches top-paying easy-access cash Isa

Skipton Building Society has launched a top-paying easy-access cash Isa that is unlikely to be around long.

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West Brom ups rate on online Isa

West Brom Building Society has provided a welcome boost for savers looking to shield money away from the tax man by upping the rate on its online cash Isa to a market-leading 1.55%.

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NS&I and Skipton BS top cash Isa tables

You have just a few days left to use your £15,000 Isa allowance for this tax year which ends on Sunday. Top easy-access deals include National Savings & Investments Direct Isa at 1.5% tax-free.

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