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The UK’s saving habits revealed

Our research into the UK’s saving habits found that 16% of us don’t see the point of using savings accounts, but nearly half (46%) prefer to have more than one bank account.

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How you can afford your bucket list adventures

There are ways to plan and save for a worry-free future. If you can set aside a little money and get good advice on where it will work for you, then the world can be your oyster.

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Nine steps to spring clean your finances

April is a great time to sprinkle some joy onto your finances. Get your financial habits sorted and your money looking squeaky clean by following these nine tips.

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Saver's Nation - Jonathan

With the help of The Nottingham, dad-of-one Jonathan recently put a savings plan in place that will provide a better future for himself and for his family.

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No Mortgage Stress - Jenny

Recently single customer, Jenny, realised she could buck the Millennial house buying trend and buy on her own, thanks to the help and support of her local branch.

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Are ISAs still relevant?

Individual Savings Accounts are 20 years old this year - happy birthday to you, ISA! But is an ISA still relevant?

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No Mortgage Stress - Anna and Dan

First time buyers Anna and Dan recently moved into a detached home in Matlock, using a 25% deposit made up of savings they had built up in Help To Buy: ISAs, twinned with a Help To Buy scheme loan.

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6 essential questions every first-time buyer needs to ask

6 simple but important questions you need to ask before applying for a mortgage.

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How to withdraw money from your Lifetime ISA

Is it time to use your Lifetime ISA savings to buy your first home?

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The Great Millennial Migration

We've teamed up with Matthew Spade to delve into the latest first time buyer trends. Contact us for expert and simple mortgage or savings advice.

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