Savings & Investments

Skipton launches new one-year bond
By June 19, 2013 Read More →

Skipton launches new one-year bond

Skipton Building Society has today (Wednesday 19 June)launched a new one-year Fixed Rate Branch Bond paying up to 1.35%. This new addition to the Society’s fixed rate branch bonds offer customers the chance to benefit from competitive returns over terms of one, two or five years. The minimum investment for the new account is £500, […]

Three million Britons have a second job to boost income
By June 17, 2013 Read More →

Three million Britons have a second job to boost income

Three million (six per cent) Britons have a second job to boost their income One in three (36 per cent) people supplement their primary monthly income, pocketing £2,536 a year each People warned they may not be covered by their existing insurance policy if they are earning money from home to top up their monthly […]

AXA Wealth calls for two year sunset clause on the cash rebate ban
By June 12, 2013 Read More →

AXA Wealth calls for two year sunset clause on the cash rebate ban

AXA Wealth believes platform paper position on rebates may be counter intuitive to the principles of RDR by favouring an old world model The Financial Conduct Authority’s recent platform paper set out a ban on platform cash rebates, including legacy on cash rebates, from April 2014, with all other legacy business required to move away […]

Skipton adds to savings range
By June 12, 2013 Read More →

Skipton adds to savings range

Fixed Rate Bonds paying up to 2.25% Fixed Rate ISAs paying up to 2.20% tax free pa/AER Skipton Building Society has today (Wednesday 12 June) launched a new Fixed Rate Bond range, with rates paying up to 2.25%. The Society has also launched a range of branch and online Fixed Rate ISAs, paying up to […]

Missing out on longer term gains?
By June 11, 2013 Read More →

Missing out on longer term gains?

95% of British mass affluents understand funding retirement is their responsibility but a quarter have not yet started planning for their retirement 75% of British mass affluents agree that growing their wealth is one of their top financial priorities but 46% call themselves risk averse and are unwilling to take any risks Nearly half of […]

Test posting for Cash ISA within Savings and Investments
By June 10, 2013 Read More →

Test posting for Cash ISA within Savings and Investments

First test for this sub-category Credit cards can be a quick and easy way to borrow money to pay for things. Let’s say you are window shopping and spot a must-have pair of shoes. You have no cash to hand, but it doesn’t matter. You can simply pay with a credit card. Or maybe you […]

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