This Month's Top Articles
Savings Accounts news:
|Plan ahead to save for retirement|
|21st May 2013|
|Individuals keen to build up a significant nest egg for their golden years should follow some simple advice and ensure they start planning and saving as soon as possible.|
The first thing savers need to do is work out how much they will need to live comfortably following their retirement - a...
|Brits advised on investment in wine|
|27th March 2013|
|Individuals keen to carry out alternative forms of investment, in particular those interested in the long-term value of fine wines, have been advised on some of the most important aspects to look out for to make a sound decision.|
Andrew della Casa, director at the Wine Investment Fund, said...
|Women 'more responsible savers than men'|
|20th March 2013|
|Women are taking a more responsible approach to saving than men during times of financial difficulty, new research suggests.|
After examining its customer data, Halifax revealed that the typical savings balance held by women is £8,211, compared to £7,699 for men.
|Consider the benefits of bonds and Isas|
|15th March 2013|
|Individuals keen to save for the future have been urged to consider the different benefits of both fixed-rate bonds and individual savings accounts (Isas).|
Andrew Hagger, a spokesperson for moneynet.co.uk, said ultimately, the decision of whether to invest in one or both of these savings ve...
|Women and young people spearhead savings boost|
|25th September 2012|
|Britain's savings levels have experienced a boost thanks to the thrifty work of the country's women and younger generations, according to a new report.|
Financial provider NS&I's Quarterly Savings Survey found that over the last three months Brits were saving 7.17 per cent of...
|Banks should put customer first, says Which?|
|21st September 2012|
|Consumer watchdog Which? has launched a new campaign entitled Big Chance, which is designed to get banks in the UK to put their customers first, not bankers, as the latest research has revealed that banking is one of the least trusted professions.|
The survey carried out by Which? found ...
|Recession causing Brits to 'give up saving for retirement'|
|19th September 2012|
|The recession is having a long-term impact on the futures of British citizens, as many cash strapped people are choosing to give up on saving for their retirement.|
AXA's Big Money Index found that four in ten Brits are no longer saving for their old age and a further fifth (20 per c...
|Pocket money for British children falls|
|11th September 2012|
|The amount of pocket money British children receive from their parents has fallen, as the recession starts to have a knock-on effect on the country’s younger savers.|
Halifax’s 25th anniversary Pocket Money Survey found that the amount eight to 15 year olds receive per week f...
|Brits should start 'saving early'|
|7th September 2012|
|In order to have a sizeable amount of money for retirement or to help fund a child through higher education, Brits should start saving as early as possible, according to a leading expert.|
Simon Rose from campaign group Save Our Savers explained that if people start saving sooner, they w...
|Students should not be 'swayed by bank account deals'|
|23rd August 2012|
|Getting the right student bank account is very important for young people heading off into higher education, given the recent overhaul of tuition fees that is to be introduced in 2012/13.|
Universities can charge their attendees up to £9,000 a year now, as the government tries to c...