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The best easy-access deals for your savings

Some easy-access accounts let you earn a bit of a return on cash without having to jump through too many hoops. Sarah Moore looks at the best deals.

Do you have a lost Child Trust Fund?

As much as £600m could be lying unclaimed in forgotten Child Trust Funds. Sarah Moore explains how to track down the lost savings.

Change your bank and bag a £100 bonus

Many banks offer cash incentives to switch your current account to them, says Sarah Moore. And it’s easier than you think.

Shake off your apathy

Once-apathetic British bank customers are now jilting their current account providers at record rates, says Jessica Higgs.

Manchester Building Society: keep an eye on your cash

The struggling Manchester Building Society has warned savers to keep their balances below the £75,000 limit covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Making the most of regular saving accounts

Banks know that eye-catching time-limited rates are a good way of signing up customers. But as Sarah Moore explains, it can pay to switch.

What Osborne’s pensions overhaul means for you

Pensions are changing – for the better in the long term. But in the short term, we’ve got a complicated mess. Charlie Corbett looks at the best ways to squirrel away your cash.

Carry on Osborne – a romp through the Budget

John Stepek runs through the main points of the Budget – and catches up on the rather more important stuff happening on the other side of the Atlantic.

Lifetime Isas, CGT and corporation tax: the main points of the Budget

In his eighth Budget as chancellor, George Osborne announced a new “Lifetime Isa”, reduced corporation tax, and raised personal tax thresholds. Here are the main points of his Budget speech.

Isa basics: what you need to know

All you need to know about how Isas work, including how much you can pay in, what you can hold, and how to transfer an Isa.

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