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A penny saved is a penny earned, as the old saying goes. Learn how to make your money go further and prepare yourself for a rainy day with these easy-to-follow tips.

How to

Inflation is the silent enemy of savers: here’s a plan to beat it

Cash savings are being eroded by rising inflation but they still have a place in...

Top money saving tips for students from students

Essential money saving advice for anyone about to start uni - straight from the ...

The essential money-saving guide for your 2018 holiday

Planning a trip away can be stressful, time-consuming and expensive but these ar...

Redundancy from an investment perspective

Sadly, Christmas coincides with companies doing their end of year accounts. If i...

Five ways to boost your bank balance at Christmas

From switching gadgets off stand-by, to turning your thermostat down by just one...

Six quick and safe alternatives to sending Christmas cash in the post

Millions of pounds of Christmas money is lost every year whether it goes missing...

Understanding

‘I forgot about my son’s Child Trust Fund, what do I need to do?’

As the first 16-year-olds start taking control of their Child Trust Funds, many ...

Hargreaves Lansdown launches cash savings hub: how good is it?

Investment platform Hargreaves Lansdown has launched a cash savings hub, allowin...

Do your Premium Bonds die with you?

There are 1.5 million unclaimed Premium Bond prizes worth nearly £60m waiting t...

VIDEO: How to help children with the cost of university

As thoughts turn to university, parents will be wondering how they can support t...

Millions of teens to take control of their Child Trust Funds

From 1 September, those reaching 16-years of age will be able to take control of...

Savers warned to check ‘easy access account’ terms carefully

Easy access accounts are back on savers’ radar because of their perceived flex...

News

How to make £225 in cash by opening an ISA

Savvy savers can make up to £225 by opening an ISA through TopCashback.   

Best buys: Al Rayan Bank tops fixed-rate savings charts

Competition continues to heat up in the fixed-rate bond space with another chall...

Christmas savings boost: notice account rates hit six-year high

Notice accounts, which offer higher interest rates than standard easy access acc...

Criminals steal £500m from UK bank customers: how to stay safe

Fraudsters stole more than £500m from UK bank customers in the first half of 20...

NS&I controversially cuts cash ISA rate: what are your options?  

More than 380,000 savers with a National Savings & Investments (NS&I) Di...

Millennials choose Netflix over nights out to save money  

Millennials are forgoing nights out with friends and opting for quiet evenings i...

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