Saving makes sense. Whether you salt away a lump sum, put aside something each month, or simply add to your reserves when you have cash to spare, it’s a key part of managing your family finances. Clearly, it makes sense to choose the best home for your money, so check out our guides on the range of accounts at your disposal
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You can shelter up to £20,000 from the taxman through an Individual Savings Account (ISA).
Unlike easy access accounts, a savings bond comes with a set term.
Take out a loan without the need of bank or building society.
Encourage kids to save and teach them valuable lessons about money.
It can be easier than you think to forget about savings accounts.
Get immediate access to your cash.
Fixed rate bonds typically last for between one and five years.
Help to Buy ISA
This tax year (2017/18) you can put up to £20,000 into an ISA.
Children can use the money saved for them to help with some of the financial challenges they may face.
You can now hold as much as you like of this ISA limit in cash.
A notice account requires you to ‘notify’ the savings provider in advance every time you want to make a withdrawal
Offshore accounts are savings accounts located outside the holder’s country of residence.
It’s not always easy to know where the best home is for your savings.
Fortunately, there are safeguards in place to protect savers’ hard-earned nest eggs.
If you’re looking to put money away every month, a regular saver account could be ideal.
It’s up to you to build up a retirement savings pot.
Peer-to-peer websites work by pairing up savers who want a better return on their cash.
Peer-to-peer lending websites enable savers to lend money to individuals and small businesses.
A guide to Stocks & Shares ISAs
What to watch out for when searching for a savings account.
The amount of interest you earn on your savings will depend on several different factors.
100% of savers money is protected.
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