Making the effort to move your money from your financial provider’s default settings could make you significantly better off, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Don’t be swayed by impressive interest rates and fun perks, says Ruth Jackson. Mini bonds aren’t as good an investment as they look.
Clients and providers disagree on who should be responsible for spotting fraud, says David Prosser.
The state-backed bank is popular, but there are better rates on offer elsewhere for savers, says Ruth Jackson.
Child trust funds turn 16 this year – but a million accounts have been abandoned. Is yours one of them?
So the Bank of England has raised interest rates to a whopping 0.75%. Might as well make the most of it, says Ruth Jackson.
MPs want to reform the savings and pensions tax relief system to benefit the less well-off.
Breaking up with your bank shouldn’t be difficult, says Ruth Jackson. If you’re looking to change current accounts, here’s how to do it.
The retailer’s plan to offer a range of savings options may inspire others, says David Prosser.
Apps on your mobile phone can help you salt away cash and manage your finances. But these tools may be less useful than they seem, says Ruth Jackson.
There’s no point sticking with a bank that offers a bad deal, says Ruth Jackson. Make sure you move when rates are cut.