Category: Cash

Losing interest in cash ISAs

The popularity of cash ISAs is continuing to wane, according to new statistics from HMRC. With inflation persistently above interest rates, it’s not hard to imagine why.

Cash ISAs losing favour

New statistics from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) show that cash withdrawals from individual savings accounts (ISAs) are probably more than matching fresh contributions.

A Junior ISA with a minor interest rate from NS&I

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) have launched their first Junior ISA.

Introducing the new NS&I bond – is that it?

The Budget confirmed the rate on the new National Savings & Investments Bond.

National Savings lose lustre with interest rates cut

National Savings & Investments are cutting interest rates from 1 May.

Deposit protection limits to rise next year

It looks likely that the deposit protection limit will rise at the end of January.

Cash defies low interest rates

New statistics from HMRC show that cash is still a popular ISA investment, despite ultra-low interest rates.

Just how much interest are(n’t) you earning?

The Bank of England may have finally ended speculation and dropped the interest rate from 0.5% to a new low of 0.25%, but there are plenty of savings accounts already paying less.

Your bank rewards may be less than interesting

Not everything your bank pays you counts towards the personal savings allowance.

National Savings wields the axe

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) are cutting interest rates.