As of November 2023, you could earn up to 5% with a Post Office savings account. The Post Office offers ISAs, easy access accounts, instant saver products, and fixed-rate bonds. Some are available in branch, while others are online only.
There can’t be a specific savings account that is best for the over 50s as everyone’s situation is different. So, it’s not just about securing the highest rate of interest. Here, we look at the options available, such as ISAs and fixed-rate bonds, so you can determine if they’re suitable for you.
Not everyone has it all worked out when saving for retirement, but you can help secure your financial future beyond 50 with a Help to Save account. Dive into a comprehensive guide covering eligibility, benefits and expert advice to maximise this valuable opportunity.
The number of savings accounts on the market can be overwhelming, especially if you are looking for a provider who offers other financial products. Here, we look at Shawbrook Bank to see if it is an appropriate option for you and your money in light of your individual circumstances.
Using up your ISA allowance can be a tax-efficient way of saving and bolstering any pension pots. However, the market is vast, with many a bank and building society offering an extensive range of ISAs. Virgin Money provides them, for instance, but are they worth opening?
Giving children pocket money with cash is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Not only do we, as adults, have less hard cash to give them physically, but there are also an increasing number of apps and fintech companies offering alternatives.
If you’re looking to save money for your grandkids, at the moment, Junior ISAs generally offer the best return, plus they have tax-free advantages. Junior ISAs and other options are available from brands like Moneyfarm, Interactive Investor, Hargreaves Lansdown, and &me.