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Ahead of the Autumn Statement, here’s my wish list for reforming tax-free saving and investing
Newcomers offer more attractive deals than incumbents in a bid to win market share. Will savers respond?
Top economist reveals his personal investment strategy on the FT’s Money Clinic podcast
The chancellor is ‘open to ideas’ about reforming tax-free accounts, so what could investors expect?
Cash savings rates are attractive, but may not pay off in the long term
Treasury looks to simplify tax-free savings regime and weighs new allowance for investments in UK companies
As inheritance tax bills rise, pass on your financial savvy as well as your cash
As base rate rises to 4.5%, some high street banks offer less than 1% on easy access accounts
If you rediscover the savings habit, don’t let higher taxes be the sting in the tail
Central banks are caught between tackling rising prices and ensuring stability but their actions hold risks for investors and borrowers
Changing tax rules and rising interest rates boost demand, but banks’ customer service has slipped
Government increases fund targets of £7.5bn for 2023-24
I am 78 years old and in good health so I want to do it now
Higher-rate taxpayers in more danger of breaching tax-free allowances
£9,000 a year can be saved tax free for youngsters
FT poll shows more readers are stashing any bonus cash rather than splashing it on luxuries
From July, there will be more scrutiny of how actively they shepherd customers towards better interest rates
Interest also increased on adult accounts
Experts pass on financial planning tips for the year ahead
Will you ‘manifest money’ in the year ahead?
Shop around for best rates when depositing cash
Savers can still earn more at commercial lenders
From saving pocket money to better budgeting and giving to charity, children’s financial habits are changing
High street rivals hold back despite soaring inflation
Average return on these accounts has been 0.51 per cent in the past year