Category: Bank Fees

FSCS Changes means savings aren't protected | Financial Services Compensation Scheme | Interest Rates | Savings Accounts | Manage your savings | Cash savings
Natwest and RBS may charge firms to hold deposits

NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have warned businesses they may have to charge them to accept deposits due to low interest rates. Alan Sneddon, Director of Gale and Phillipson’s Dynamic Cash Management service, said: “The driving force for…

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Fixed-rate bonds reach lows | Savings Accounts | Fall in Savings Rates | Cash Management | Savers | Making the most of Cash Savings |
Fixed-rate bonds reach record lows

Savers have been dealt yet another blow this week, with fixed bond rates hitting new lows. A reported 222 rate cuts to fixed rate bonds have come in the first two months of 2016, after initially seeing fixed bond rates start to creep up…

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Rising Bank Fees Highlight Requirements | Savings Accounts | Bank Account Savings | Bank Fees | Fixed Term Deposit Accounts | Cash Management
Rising bank fees highlight the need to keep cash on the move

This week’s move by a high street bank to more than double the monthly fee on one of their most popular accounts is further proof that customers need to keep their money on the move, says a leading Cash Management…

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