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The best UK savings rates this week

22nd February 2024

Longer-term bonds see marginal increase in market-leading rates.

Longer-term bonds see marginal increase in market-leading rates.

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Moneyfacts pick of the week

22nd February 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 an easy access account paying 5.12% AER, and a one-year ISA paying 5.01% AER

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The best UK residential mortgage rates this week

21st February 2024

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

Leading fixed-rate mortgages increase from last week as more providers raise rates.

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One-year fixed bonds outperforming longer-term fixes

20th February 2024

As average fixed savings rates fall, one-year fixed bonds and ISAs have been outperforming longer-term deals.

As average fixed savings rates fall, one-year fixed bonds and ISAs have been outperforming longer-term deals.

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Who Owns Whom? Check FSCS Protection

This guide reveals which brands operate under which banking licence, helping savers work out to what degree their savings are protected by the FSCS.

This guide reveals which brands operate under which banking licence, helping savers work out to what degree their savings are protected by the FSCS.

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How are my savings taxed in the UK?

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a PSA of £1,000, which means the first £1,000 of savings interest earned in a year is tax-free and you only have to pay tax on savings interest above this.

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a PSA of £1,000, which means the first £1,000 of savings interest earned in a year is tax-free.

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What is debt consolidation?

One strategy to help you manage your debts with multiple lenders is to consolidate it all under one form of credit. Debt consolidation can have several benefits for the right borrower, but could another debt repayment strategy work for you?

Debt consolidation can have several benefits for the right borrower, but there are some points to bear in mind.

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Premium bonds or savings accounts: Which is better?

Do you want a guaranteed return or the chance of a winning big? Our guide on premium bonds vs. savings accounts explains the pros and cons of each.

Want to know the difference between a premium bond and a savings account? This guide explains the pros and cons of each.

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