4 ways to raise your house deposit
From savvy savings to Government bonuses, hopefully some of these tips will help to make the saving mountain seem a little bit more like a molehill.
#LoveMyLISA Alexandra, 26
We spoke to freelance theatre director and The Nottingham member, Alexandra Moxon, about her reasons for opening a LISA.
#SavingSwaps with The Nottingham
Saving can seem like a daunting task when you’re either starting from scratch or having to dip into the pot from time to time.
First time buyers' club: juggling the jargon
Here at Nottingham Mortgages Services - we look at the whole of market proposition where our advisers will look at over 50 lenders for you.
High street feeling the pinch of fewer branches
New research shows financial branch closures are piling the pressure on local high streets with nearly half (46%) of shop owners interviewed admitting that losing a local bank in the past three years has had a negative impact on their business.
How to get set for interest rate rises
Our mortgage expert talks about starting to plan for the possibility of mortgage interest rate rises.
When and how should I save for school fees?
You can plan well-ahead to ease the burden of paying those school fees. And even if you can afford it from your current income it’s a good idea to protect that
How to save for an emergency fund – and keep it safe
An emergency fund is all to do with planning ahead. It’s not there to make you money – but to protect the money you already have and get a supply of easily accessible cash together to help pay unexpected bills.
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.
Should you be saving for university?
You may want to set aside income yourself for your children's education - and the earlier you can start, the better, as it gives the savings time to grow.