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Savings Guides

Whether you want to start saving for the future but aren't sure where to start or you would like to begin making the most of tax-free interest, you will find a range of information, tips and hints in our handy savings guides.

  • A simple guide to Cash ISAs

    A simple guide to Cash ISAs

    A lot of people are put off ISAs because they sound so complicated but they’re a simple way to save your money tax free. In fact, the Government have recently reformed ISAs, meaning that not only can you now save more money but they are now simpler than ever.

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  • 10 ways to start saving £15k

    10 ways to start saving £15k

    With the increase in the annual allowance the introduction of the Personal Savings Allowance, many people will be wondering whether they can afford to put away £15,000 a year. .

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  • How much should I save?

    How much should I save?

    When it comes to savings and saving habits everyone will have a different idea about how much they should be saving and how much they should have in savings to protect them for unexpected emergencies.

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  • What to do in a financial emergency

    What to do in a financial emergency

    Financial emergencies can take many forms. For example, you could completely lose your income because of redundancy or being too ill to work. Alternatively you might split up with your partner and suddenly have to manage your money as a single person.

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  • Printable Monthly Budget Planner

    Printable Monthly Budget Planner

    Do you ever get to the end of the month and think ‘where did all my money go?’ It is so easy to hand over a debit or credit card and not realise how much you are spending.

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  • Joint accounts: what you need to know

    Joint accounts: what you need to know

    If you’re moving in with your partner or getting married, it might seem like a good plan to combine your finances. This could involve applying for a joint mortgage, bank account or savings account.

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