savings

Rarest 50p in Britain sells for £109 - do you have one stashed away?

The Kew Gardens 50p coin, one of the rarest in circulation, sold for £109 on auction site eBay yesterday.

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Low-income earners missing out on flagship Help to Save scheme: here’s how to take advantage of the 50% bonus

Low-income earners can get a 50p bonus for every £1 they save, but figures show uptake of the savings incentive has so far been slow.

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Savings update: Cynergy launches 1.5% easy access deal to match Marcus

Cynergy is the latest bank to raise its easy-access account rate to 1.5% for new savers. 

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Benefit changes for older mixed-age couples 'could cost some £7,000 a year'

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is to introduce changes to pension age state benefits that will impact older couples of different ages,

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Is it still worth taking out a Cash Isa?

The popularity of Cash Isas has been falling in recent years as savers look for higher paying alternatives.

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Pick the winner of the Moneywise Customer Service Awards 2019

It’s time to have your say about the financial firms that have gone that extra mile for you and to name and shame those that have let you down

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Banks rake in their biggest profits from the over 60s - because they leave cash in their current accounts

High street banks are raking in profits from older customers who don’t switch and leave large sums in current accounts that pay low interest.

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Savings update: top easy-access accounts pay 1.5% but come with a catch

A growing number of providers are offering a top easy-access rate of 1.5%. However, all of them come with a catch.

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Young people increasingly pessimistic about ever getting a state pension

Young people are increasingly losing confidence in receiving a state pension when they are older, with many not thinking it will exist at all, new research reveals.

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