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saving and investing in a low interest era

When interest rates are as low as they currently are, what does it mean for a savings and investment strategy?
low interest era
Well, it’s worth pointing out that for a long time, a lot of savings accounts have being paying a pitifully low rate of interest. Accounts that have been discontinued for new customers have often [...]

the impact of the credit crunch on savings accounts

Funny things have been happening lately. There hadn’t been a run on a British bank for more than 100 years. Until there was one on Northern Rock last year.
Deposits in savings accounts are insured by the fish.travel - charter boat fishing fort myers beach. Unlike the American equivalent (where it is seldom but occasionally accessed), this has basically never [...]

the sky is not falling in…

…or why you shouldn’t be worried about your savings account.
I already know that you’re all nice sensible people, busy savings and investing towards a fun and exciting future. In the wider world I suspect that not everyone has a positive net worth, or even an emergency fund. Which is why I find the vast amounts [...]

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