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Important information - Active Savings helps you make your own decisions and is not personal advice. Fixed term products generally only allow access to funds at maturity. Inflation reduces the future spending power of money.

How to become a better saver with Active Savings

With interest rates remaining low, we spoke to our clients about how we could help them make more of their savings.

Latest News

Category: Investing and saving

A simple way to boost your cash, and get a £25 bonus

How Active Savings can help you manage your cash more effectively, plus how you can get a £25 welcome bonus (terms apply).

Ryan Kenny

29 Nov 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

Five tips to boost the returns on your cash savings

Making more of your savings could be easier than you think with these top tips.

Joel Lewis, Savings Manager

15 Nov 2019 4m read

Category: Essentials

How much is apathy with your savings costing you?

45% save with the same bank they use for their current account. But you can move your money between providers so it’s easy to make sure you’re always getting good savings rates on your cash.

Ryan Kenny

13 Nov 2019 4m read

Category: Active Savings

How to help shelter your cash from falling interest rates

A simple way to keep your cash working hard if interest rates drop.

Ryan Kenny

04 Nov 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

A quick tip to boost your wedding budget

Saving for a wedding, or know someone who is? Here’s a simple strategy that could save you enough extra to pay for the wedding cake.

Ryan Kenny

25 Oct 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

How to nearly triple your savings rate in minutes

We explore the reasons why savers are getting a raw deal and how a little effort could see you triple your rate.

Ryan Kenny

15 Oct 2019 3m read

Category: Investing and saving

Self-assessment – how to make it less taxing

How you can use fixed-term savings to earn better interest rates before your tax bill.

Joel Lewis

04 Oct 2019 3m read

Category: Investing and saving

Gilts – the risk free asset?

Joseph Hill navigates the murky world of inverted yield curves and investors paying to lend money.

Joseph Hill, Investment Analyst

03 Oct 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

How to protect yourself from falling savings rates

In a low interest rate environment, how can you protect the spending power of your cash?

Joel Lewis

30 Sep 2019 3m read


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The Active Savings service is provided by Hargreaves Lansdown Savings Limited (company number 8355960). Hargreaves Lansdown Savings Limited is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 with firm reference 751996 for the provision of payment services. Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Management Limited and Hargreaves Lansdown Savings Limited are subsidiaries of Hargreaves Lansdown plc (company number 2122142).