Savings

What you need to know about joint accounts

Joint bank accounts can be useful for paying bills, says Ruth Jackson. But they can also come with their own set of problems.

Take advantage of flexible Isas

Ruth Jackson explains why it’s worth taking advantage of the flexibility these products offer.

Barclays stockbroking: not so smart

Barclays has managed to infuriate thousands of its customers with the launch of its new stockbroking service. Here’s what to do it if affects you.

Don’t abandon cash Isas

People are abandoning cash Isas in their droves since the introduction of the personal savings allowance. But abandoning cash Isas completely is a mistake that could leave you facing a tax bill in the future.

The apps that save behind your back

Ben Judge looks at the best apps on the market to help you save for the future.

Stocks and shares Lisa market becomes more competitive

AJ Bell is the latest mainstream broker to introduce a stocks and shares lifetime individual savings account (Lisa), It becomes the fourth investment platform to launch a Lisa, after Hargreaves Lansdown, Nutmeg and The Share Centre.

Avoid this “Brexit Bond”

The Family Building Society is offering a new fixed-rate “Brexit Bond”. But it’s best to steer clear, says Ruth Jackson.

How Islamic savings accounts work

Islamic savings accounts can sometimes offer table-topping rates to savers, explains Emma Lunn.

Cash in with the “current account circuit”

Ruth Jackson explains how the juggling money between high-interest current accounts, could earn you an average 3% interest on up to £17,000 of money, retaining instant access.

Avoid this long-term fix

Looking your money away for seven years won’t give you the best return on our cash, says Ruth Jackson.

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