If you’ve been looking for a bank account, something that would reward you simply for being a valued customer, look no further. Introducing Nationwide Member Checking. With super low fees, it provides you greater access to your money with one of the largest ATM networks in the country and will also reward you for having additional products with Nationwide, staying with us longer and using your account.
Children can get great rates by putting their Christmas cash into an account. At up to 6% interest, returns can be better than almost anywhere else out there.
Savings accounts: everyone should have at least one, but when your local bank is offering to pay you interest at dismal rates as low as 0.01%, saving can be downright discouraging.
Don't believe the best buy tables - it's possible to earn 5% interest on savings - and now get all of the interest without tax taken off. Regular savings accounts are a hidden species that pay big as long as you feed them every month.This step-by-step guide includes all best buy regular savers, plus tricks to help you maximise the interest you'll get.
Savers looking for the best interest rates will not find them at high-street banks, but instead from providers that most will not have heard of.
You'd be surprised at just how little it takes to save with Tangerine – especially since there aren't any minimum balances or fees to save with us. Instead, we believe that saving should be simple. And we believe it should be rewarding. That's why we offer you a number of safe and simple ways to save.
I've tracked rates on deposit accounts for more than 30 years. In 1982, my bank was paying me 16% on a 6-month CD! Savers were afraid to lock in longer term CDs for fear that rates would rise. Those days are long gone in more ways than one.
A money market account is an account that offers two attractive features: interest on your deposits, and easy access to your money.Money market accounts combine the best features of checking accounts and savings accounts, but there are pros and cons to every type of account. Let’s review what you get (and what you have to give up) when you use these accounts.