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‘Optimistic view’ for savings market as number of deals hits 12-year high

19th July 2024

The number of savings products and providers is on the rise while many average savings and ISA rates also increased month-on-month.

The number of savings products and providers is on the rise while many average savings and ISA rates also increased month-on-month.

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Latest current account switching deal: The Co-operative Bank launches new £160 free cash incentive

18th July 2024

Its Everyday Extra packaged account also includes breakdown cover, travel and mobile phone insurance.

Its Everyday Extra packaged account also includes breakdown cover, travel and mobile phone insurance.

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The best UK savings rates this week

18th July 2024

Each week the Moneyfactscompare.co.uk content team round up and discuss the very best savings rates available in the UK. Compare and apply today.

Market-leading rates on one-year bonds increase as rates on longer-term bonds fall.

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Moneyfacts pick of the week

18th July 2024

The Moneyfacts Pick of the Week showcases the best of the latest products or rate changes to hit the consumer finance market.

This week's selection includes West Brom Building Society's re-launched Double Access ISA, and a three buy-to-let mortgage options for landlords.

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Paying for your holiday with a credit card: Is it worth it?

Paying for a holiday on a credit card can help you manage the cost of your holiday and give you some extra protection. But there are some risks to consider too.

Paying for a holiday on a credit card can help you manage the cost of your holiday and give you some extra protection.

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What are the best ways to spend money abroad?

From vibrant city breaks to relaxing beach getaways, wherever your travel plans take you this year, you’ll need to have access to cash. The good news is that there are multiple options to choose from when it comes to spending money abroad.

From vibrant city breaks to relaxing beach getaways, wherever your travel plans take you this year, you’ll need to have access to cash.

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Should I use a mortgage broker?

A mortgage broker specialises in finding lenders who meet your specific needs for a mortgage. Find out how mortgage brokers can help and what fees to look out for.

A mortgage broker specialises in finding lenders who meet your specific needs for a mortgage.

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How to fund home improvements

In this guide we’ve listed some of the different ways you can finance your home renovation project.

In this guide we’ve listed some of the different ways you can finance your home renovation project.

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