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ALEX BRUMMER: Trust in savings betrayed as watchdog sleeps

ALEX BRUMMER: Trust in savings betrayed as watchdog sleeps

3 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

The more we learn about the conflicted behaviour at the core of the asset management industry the more one realises how poorly policed it has become.
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7 things to do with your money that will put you light-years ahead of your friends

7 things to do with your money that will put you light-years ahead of your friends

4 hours ago   |   Business Insider

If you want to be better with money in 2020, there are a few things you can do that will have a big impact. For example, start tracking your spending to find out where you can...
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100,000s of Help to Buy ISAs opened in week before deadline - here's what to do if you missed out

5 hours ago   |   Money Saving Expert

Over 40% of Nationwide's Help to Buy ISA accounts were opened in the final week before the deadline, as a last-minute rush saw over 300,000 applications at the building society...
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I have $11,861 saved in my health savings account, but I'm still paying health expenses out-of-pocket because I have much bigger plans for my HSA

I have $11,861 saved in my health savings account, but I'm still paying health expenses out-of-pocket because I have much bigger plans for my HSA

6 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Health savings accounts offer three different tax benefits for savers at all income levels, as long as you have an HSA-eligible high-deductible health insurance plan. You can...
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What's Your 2020 Strategy for Saving Money?

16 hours ago   |   ABC Money

It takes conscious effort to save money. Whether you are looking to get out of debt or add more to your emergency fund, there are many obstacles one must overcome to save money...
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Should I put money I inherited towards an Isa or the mortgage?

17 hours ago   |   The Guardian

I have a lot to pay on the mortgage but I wonder whether putting it into my pension might save on tax Q I am 50 years old and have just inherited £35,000. This is likely to be...
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The only difference between regular and high-yield savings that matters is the one that earns you 20 times more on your money

The only difference between regular and high-yield savings that matters is the one that earns you 20 times more on your money

1 day ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

High-yield savings accounts and standard savings accounts are more similar than they are different. They're both offered by banks, federally regulated, and liquid. The main...
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Can you REALLY save more using these firms that help you switch fuel supplier?

Can you REALLY save more using these firms that help you switch fuel supplier?

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Auto-switching services have exploded on to the energy market over recent years. There are at least six firms promising to use their high-tech algorithms to automatically find...
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CASH IN THE ATTIC: Punk treasures that could fetch thousands

CASH IN THE ATTIC: Punk treasures that could fetch thousands

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail

A rare pressing of the God Save The Queen single by The Sex Pistols on the A&M label has just sold for £13,000.
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7 smart things to do now to make the holidays more affordable next year

7 smart things to do now to make the holidays more affordable next year

2 days ago   |   Business Insider

Let's face it: The holidays can be financially stressful. But, there's lots you can do to recover and get ahead, from making your money earn more with a high-yield savings...
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ALEX BRUMMER: Trust in savings betrayed as watchdog sleeps

ALEX BRUMMER: Trust in savings betrayed as watchdog sleeps

The more we learn about the conflicted behaviour at the core of the asset management industry the more one realises how poorly policed it has become. Read more ...