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Budget 2015: The key points you need to know

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From a freeze in fuel duty to cuts in tax on savings, we round up the highlights of Chancellor George Osborne’s final pre-election Budget.

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A whistlestop guide to ISAs

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A quick rundown about what ISAs are, how they work and what different types are available to you.

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The new ISA explained

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George Osborne gave savers a Budget-day boost by announcing significant reforms to the ISA system. We explain all about the new ISA and what it means for savers.

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Bonus rates on savings: Good or bad?

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Many don’t like introductory bonus rates on savings accounts as it’s easy to forget when they run out – leaving customers earning a pitiful rate of interest. But there are pros, as we explain.

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The best ISA rates for the new financial year

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The new tax year is upon us as of 6 April, bringing with it a new tax-free savings allowance. Which means it's a good time to open a new account.

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Five best cash ISAs

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Interest rates may be low at the moment, but there is still much you can do to get a decent yield on your savings. Here's how to make the most of your savings interest.

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Stocks and shares ISAs: Our guide to safer investment

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Over the long-term, returns from stock market investments have consistently outperformed cash. We find out more about stocks and shares ISAs.  Read More…

Grab these great ISA rates while there’s still time

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With just a few weeks left until the end of the tax year on 5 April, now is the time to make the most of this year’s individual savings account (ISA) allowance.

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Top New Year money tips for consumers

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With 2012 just around the corner and money matters at the front of many people’s minds, it’s a good time to put your finances in order. Consumer complaints organisation the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has put together these top New Year tips for consumers.

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Junior ISAs launched

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November sees the launch of the new Junior ISA scheme. This is a savings plan for parents designed to replace Child Trust Funds (CTFs), which were scrapped last year.

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