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Spookily effective savings tips if your money has vanished by the end of the month
Bank bows to pressure over decision to stop customers using Post Office branches
‘Body blow’ for individual savers as government leans more heavily on cheaper wholesale markets
Traditional ambivalence is waning in the face of minimal returns from savings accounts
No fresh policy announcements, but future consultations and forecast changes could have an impact
The sooner parents or grandparents start saving the better
Savings scheme comes of age, allowing teenagers to make financial decisions
Wall Street giant looks to lure savers with high-yielding instant-access account
Regulator says move could boost savers by £300m a year in extra interest payments
More than 20 accounts offer deals ahead of inflation
Many couples routinely hide their savings and debts from each other, survey finds
We are considering stocks and shares Isas but need some guidance
In our increasingly cashless society they have little exposure to bills
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Interest on three-year bonds cut due to high demand
Make full use of your allowances
I challenge the finance industry to launch an ad campaign placed with sanitary protection brands
Government-backed provider boosts savings returns
From money boxes to apps — how lenders aim to lure young savers
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Consultation on scrapping key requirement