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  • Last chance to use your ISA allowance

    There are now just a few days left to use this year's ISA allowance, but if you leave it until the very last minute you risk missing out altogether.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 25 March 2011

  • Stop inflation eating your savings

    Just when savers thought things couldn't get any worse, inflation has risen again, making it even harder than ever to make real returns.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 23 March 2011

  • Beat the 2011 Budget

    There may have been some relief for motorists and first time buyers in today's Budget, but millions of people are still struggling to cope with soaring living costs.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 23 March 2011

  • Live webchat: Budget 2011 with ITV News

    Join ITV News at 6.30pm on 23 March for a second live Budget 2011 webchat with an expert panel including's head of banking Kevin Mountford. Put your

    Kevin Mountford

    Updated: 23 March 2011

  • Beat the April ISA deadline

    Savers now have just over two weeks to make the most of this year's ISA allowance, so you'll need to get your skates on if you want to take advantage of the top rates currentl

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 17 March 2011

  • Focus on: NEW 3.01% market-leading easy access account

    Savers may not have had much to celebrate after the base rate was held at 0.5% again on Thursday, but the good news is that this hasn't stopped savings providers from launchin

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 10 March 2011

  • The great British savings raid

    Almost one in four Britons with savings are being forced to dip into their nest eggs to pay for everyday expenses, new research from shows.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 10 March 2011

  • Ten reasons to invest in an ISA

    The end of the tax year on April 5 is looming, and if you haven't yet made use of your ISA allowance this year, then you're as good as giving money to the taxman.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 10 March 2011

  • Get ready for interest rate rises

    The Bank of England base rate has been held at 0.5% for yet another month, marking two years since it was first cut to this historic low. But are rises on the cards?

    Felicity Hannah

    Updated: 10 March 2011

  • Live webchat: Ask the experts your savings investments questions

    Put your savings & investment questions to the experts. Join independent financial adviser Philippa Gee, and's head of banking Kevin Mountford fo

    Kevin Mountford

    Updated: 09 March 2011

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