Banks that pay the most on savings

By Sophie Christie M&S Bank is offering current account customers the chance to earn 6pc, but you can get more interest from Nationwide and TSB Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/42c8f535/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Cbank0Eaccounts0C113253510CBanks0Ethat0Epay0Ethe0Emost0Eon0Esavings0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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NS&I spends millions on advertising Pensioner Bonds

By Sophie Christie £2m of taxpayers’ money spent on advertising – despite huge demand and extensive coverage in the press Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/42c1e717/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Csavings0C11371730A0CNSandI0Espends0Emillions0Eon0Eadvertising0EPensioner0EBonds0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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New best-buy account provides welcome boost to savings market

By Sophie Christie National Counties Building Society has launched a market-leading easy access savings account – will other providers follow its lead? Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/42b89503/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Csavings0C113693640CNew0Ebest0Ebuy0Eaccount0Eprovides0Ewelcome0Eboost0Eto0Esavings0Emarket0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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NS&I Pensioner Bond frenzy led to double payments

By Kyle Caldwell Some savers accidentally paid twice when they applied for Pensioner Bonds after NS&I’s website froze Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/42a3b08a/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Cinvesting0C113658820CNSandI0EPensioner0EBond0Efrenzy0Eled0Eto0Edouble0Epayments0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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Four ways banks rip off savers – and how to beat them

By Sophie Christie The watchdog’s report on the savings market identified some of the banks’ worst ruses. Here’s how you can spot them – with the worst savings deals revealed Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/429e64d9/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Csavings0C113581350CFour0Eways0Ebanks0Erip0Eoff0Esavers0Eand0Ehow0Eto0Ebeat0Ethem0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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Wouldn’t it be great to have one login for everything? Now it might happen

By James Daley Account aggregators – platforms where you can draw together all your accounts from different banks – could become more popular, following a report from the FCA Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/428be7b0/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Cbank0Eaccounts0C113593840CWouldnt0Eit0Ebe0Egreat0Eto0Ehave0Eone0Elogin0Efor0Eeverything0ENow0Eit0Emight0Ehappen0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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One in four savers paid less than 0.5pc in rip-off

By Dan Hyde Banks deprive millions of savers of almost a billion pounds in annual returns by paying less than the ‘minimum’ threshold for interest rates in Britain, major study finds Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/4282de3c/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Csavings0C113571930COne0Ein0Efour0Esavers0Epaid0Eless0Ethan0E0A0B5pc0Ein0Erip0Eoff0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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FCA says banks are giving savers a poor deal

Interest rates on almost a quarter of all saving are languishing at or lower than the 0.5% base rate Britain’s savers are receiving a poor deal from the banks, according to the financial regulator, which found that around £160bn in deposits is earning equal to or less than the Bank of England base rate of […]

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‘My sons are being gifted £10,000 each – where should I put the money to produce the highest returns?

By Sophie Christie Ask an expert: A father asks for advice on where to put his son’s inheritance. Should he opt for a savings account, an investment fund, a buy-to-let property or a trust fund? Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/42800dab/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Csavings0C1132580A30CMy0Esons0Eare0Ebeing0Egifted0E10A0A0A0A0Eeach0Ewhere0Eshould0EI0Eput0Ethe0Emoney0Eto0Eproduce0Ethe0Ehighest0Ereturns0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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When will Pensioner Bonds run out?

By Kyle Caldwell NS&I insists the bonds will remain on sale ‘for months’ – but others expect them to run out far more quickly, and the phonelines remain jammed Source: http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568372/s/427aeb47/sc/36/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cfinance0Cpersonalfinance0Cinvesting0C113552820CWhen0Ewill0EPensioner0EBonds0Erun0Eout0Bhtml/story01.htm     

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