Two Premium Bond holders win £1 million every month, with various other significant prizes available. But are they worthwhile as a genuine investment if you're looking to grow a nest egg for your grandkids?
Goldman Sachs diversified away from investment banking to open Marcus, its first online consumer bank. Marcus now offers a savings account that could potentially provide you with a low-risk way to save, but are they any good?
Saving money when you're older is different from saving cash earlier in life. Your needs are more complex, your outgoings are likely to have changed, and your income might be lower if you're drawing from your pension. It's possible to save, though, and here's how.
The Post Office offers far more than just a place from which to send parcels. In fact, it has branched out into offering customers a place to buy insurance policies, exchange money for foreign currency and even sign up for broadband. Additionally, it offers many financial products like savings and loans. But are its savings accounts worth opening?
Saving money is something that we would all do in an ideal world. However, how and where we save money differs from one demographic to another. As over 50s and pensioners, we have particular needs for our savings.
Grandparents love to spoil their grandchildren. But while it's typical for doting grandparents to buy their grandkids toys or clothes, you can also spoil them by setting up a savings account to benefit from its advantages. Here, we look at the best children’s saving accounts that grandparents can open.
The amount of online savings accounts on the market can be overwhelming at any point in your life. But what about when you are nearing retirement?
When you're a pensioner, you have a particular set of criteria when saving your money. In particular, you now have a shorter investment timeline, which can significantly impact what savings products are suitable for you.