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Skipton becomes first provider to announce it will offer cash Lifetime ISAs

Skipton Building Society has confirmed it will become the first provider to offer a cash Lifetime ISA (LISA)

You've a new £15,240 ISA allowance - get 2.25% interest

Everyone aged 16 or over now has a brand-new £15,240 cash ISA allowance - here are the 10 need-to-knows

Cash ISA year ends Sunday: Get up to 2.25% tax-free interest

The tax year ends on 5 April, so there are just days left for any UK over-16 to use their £15,000 tax-free ISA allowance

Help to Buy 95% mortgages launch today: What are the deals like?

NatWest and RBS are among the providers which will offer 95% mortgage deals under the Government's Help to Buy scheme

Buy-to-let borrowers hit by West Brom mortgage hike

Thousands of West Bromwich buy-to-let tracker rate mortgage customers will be hit by rate hikes from 1 December

Lloyds TSB first big bank to launch junior cash Isa

Lloyds will become the first major bank to launch a junior cash Isa, three months after the savings mechanism launched

Banks shun junior Isa launch

None of the big six banks plan to have a junior Isa in place for the launch date on Tuesday

Homeowners urged to hurry for top mortgage fixes

Nearly a dozen lenders have either withdrawn or increased some of their fixed rates during the past week

Halifax to hike standard variable mortgage rate for new borrowers

The government-backed bank's SVR for new customers will rise from 3.5% to 3.99% on 4 January

A year at 0.5% base rate: what next for savers & borrowers?

The Bank of England today held the official interest rate, 12 months after it fell to its historic low

Skipton faces legal challenge over mortgage rate hike

A law firm will launch a test case to reverse the rate rise, while the Lib Dems want borrowers to petition the FSA

New mortgage rates down as SVRs keep rising

The 'Brand new customers only' times are in sharp focus again as existing borrower charges are rising

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