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The essential guide to savings
Read our library of savings guides and learn how your money could flourish
Our Lifetime ISA is an account that gives you a 25% Government bonus on payments into the account each month, up to a maximum balance of £4,000 annually and you don’t pay tax on your interest.
Both accounts are Government initiatives to help savers reach their first home savings target sooner by awarding them with a bonus of 25%. Find out which account might suit you better.
You've been saving into your Lifetime ISA and now you're ready to buy your first home. Take a look at the steps you need to take to withdraw your savings and bonus.
Broadly speaking Cash ISAs come with less risk, easier access and are better for short-term saving than a Stocks & Shares ISA. Check out the differences between these two types of ISA.
A children's ISA or Junior ISA gives you access to long-term, tax-free savings for your children. Find out more and take full advantage of your child's Junior ISA allowance now.
Our ISA guide will explain what a cash ISA is, how much money you can deposit each year and which types of ISA are available to you plus much more.
Saving is even more rewarding when you don't pay tax on the interest you earn. Most people can already earn some interest from their savings without paying tax.
Your Personal Savings Allowance is the amount of interest you can earn before paying tax. Find out more by reading our guide.
Getting a budget in place is the first step to seeing what you can save and spend without going beyond your means.
With so many different types of savings accounts, it can be difficult finding the right one for you. Our savings guide explains the different accounts.
If you’re looking to avoid the skint-student life, here are some tips to help you budget, start saving and prepare yourself for what comes after your studies.
Saving for a house can seem like a huge target to aim for but, with savvy savings tips and Government bonuses, we’re here to help.
From everyday swaps that will save you a packet to tips on grabbing freebies and tactics to save money without even knowing it. Find them all out here.
Scratching your head about savings? Take a look at questions that our members frequently ask us, which you might also find helpful.
Ever wondered what AER actually is? Or what CHAPS stands for? We're busting the jargon in our savings terms glossary.
There are several ways you can save your money. Our guide on ISAs and savings accounts will help you decide which one might be best for you, to help you make the most of your savings.
Having a savings account is a safe and convenient way of saving your money, so you have a safety net for the future or can make a big purchase. Here we answer several frequently asked questions on savings accounts.
Find out what a building society is and what a building society does once you've put your money into a savings account.
There are times when we may have to charge fees to your account. Read why we may have to do this from time to time.
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