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General Election 2024: How have the mortgage and savings markets changed since 2010?

18th June 2024

As the Conservative Party seeks to extend its 14-year period in Government in the General Election on 4 July 2024, we reflect on how both the mortgage and savings markets have changed since 2010.

A global pandemic, international conflict and rampant inflation have all taken their toll.

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The best cash ISA rates this week

18th June 2024

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

Rates continue to increase across the fixed term ISA sector ahead of inflation and base rate announcements.

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Major banks paying below-average savings rates

14th June 2024

Several of the major high street banks are paying below-average rates on their savings accounts and ISAs, despite reviews from the FCA and the Treasury.

Several of the major high street banks are continuing to pay below-average rates on their savings accounts and ISAs.

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Top tax-free returns prove resilient beyond ISA season

14th June 2024

Trading 212 is the latest digital provider to offer a top rate.

Trading 212 is the latest digital provider to offer a top rate.

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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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What are challenger banks?

They regularly top the savings charts and tend to have a reputation for offering great service too – but what is a challenger bank, and can they be trusted as an alternative to the established banking giants?

They regularly top the savings charts and tend to have a reputation for offering great service too – but what is a challenger bank, and can they be trusted?

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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 is the Consumer Credit Act?

The Consumer Credit Act (CCA) is a key piece of legislation that protects consumers and regulates credit agreements. Find out how it affects you and your rights.

The Consumer Credit Act (CCA) is a key piece of legislation that protects consumers and regulates credit agreements.

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