Savers getting raw deal following November’s base rate rise, MSE data reveals
Savings account rates have barely risen since November's base rate rise, MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal
19 June 2018
NS&I to close three-year Investment Bond applications today
NS&I to close three-year Investment Bond applications TODAY
10 April 2018
Savings protection limit set to return to £85,000
The Bank of England is set to restore the savings protection limit to £85,000 per institution
21 November 2016
Challenger bank 'Fidor' launches in the UK today: But how good is it?
Fidor Bank is an online-only bank established in Germany in 2009, but it's not covered by the UK's FSCS protection
18 September 2015
Chancellor faces renewed call to prevent 'absurd' savings protection cut
Andrew Tyrie has written to Chancellor George Osborne calling for him to prevent an 'absurd' savings protection cut
11 September 2015
Chancellor called to prevent 'absurd' savings protection cut
A fall in the amount of savings protected if your bank goes bust is 'absurd' says the chairman of the Treasury Committee
22 July 2015
Government savings protection to be cut
The amount of money protected if your bank, building society or credit union goes bust will fall from £85,000 to £75,000
3 July 2015
New rules confirmed, which give more protection to savers if their bank fails
The FSCS limit will be increased from £85k to £1 million for temporary balances under new rules outlined by the Bank
1 April 2015
Government unveils Pensioner Bond rates – and they're market-leading
Pensioner Bonds will pay market-leading rates of 2.8% on a one-year bond and 4% on a three-year bond from January 2015
12 December 2014
Government seeks advice on how to include P2P lending in NISAs
Savers are a step closer to being able to earn a tax-free income from peer-to-peer lending
17 October 2014
3 March 2021
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