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Our savings and ISA guides give you the financial facts to make an informed decision when you compare saving products.
Find out more about business saving accounts and how they could work for you.
Want to start saving, but not sure where to start? Look no further, we've got the low down on savings accounts with Halifax.
Junior ISAs can be a good long-term savings option for a child's future, paying interest without any tax.
A Lifetime ISA can help you save tax-free for your first home or retirement with the boost of a 25% government bonus.
If you want to start saving for a holiday, wedding or even for your kids’ future mortgage deposit, compare Post Office savings accounts to see if one could help.
Thinking about squirreling away your savings with Santander? You'd be nuts not to read our guide to Santander savings accounts first...
What's the best way to save for your child? From standard savings accounts to ISAs, stocks and shares, children's bank accounts and peer-to-peer, we review the options.
A Stocks and Shares ISA could see you maximise your investments by protecting them in a tax-free wrapper.
Cashback websites offer some attractive incentives for frequent web shoppers. Find out the pros and cons of earning as you shop.
They may just be paper and ink, but comic books can prove to be rather lucrative assets for the investor willing to take a risk. Many are now outperforming the price of gold.
Find out more about why inactive bank accounts become dormant, what you need to do to reclaim your money and what happens to unclaimed funds.
Read more about ethical banking and finding current accounts, loans and other products that agree with your moral principles.
Find out about the different types of financial fraud, how you can protect your money and what to do if you're a victim.
Find out how the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) could protect your savings if a financial firm collapses, and when you might not be covered.
Financial Services Compensation Scheme
Slang has been used to describe money for centuries, giving us a wide range of expressions to use in reference to currency and credit. With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at some of the more interesting terms from around the world, and traced their origins.
Do you need an independent financial adviser (IFA)? How do you find one? Could other financial guidance and advice serve your needs? Read more about the things to consider.
How to find and choose a financial adviser
Saving a deposit for a mortgage can be the biggest hurdle to buying a home, so see if our top tips can help you speed up the process.
How to save a mortgage deposit
Our guide to making a will can help you with all aspects of writing a will, including how to approach it and whether you need professional advice.
Find out more about how banks make money from the difference between the interest they pay on deposits and the interest they receive on loans.
An offset account can link mortgage debt to savings and current account balances, offering the potential of significant benefits if managed in the right way.
Learn the pros and cons of peer-to-peer savings, compare P2P options against more traditional savings choices and learn more about crowdfunding.
Building up a nest egg for your children can help them get off on the right foot when they leave the family home.
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