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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.

Latest News

Category: Active Savings

Three simple steps to boost your cash

Having a savings strategy could better the returns on your savings – and it’s easier than you think. We’ve taken a look at three simple steps to help you make the most of your savings.

Ryan Kenny

24 Mar 2020 3m read

Category: Active Savings

Bank of England cut the interest rate – how to make more of your cash savings

The Bank of England (BoE) has cut the interest rate to 0.1% as an emergency measure following the coronavirus outbreak.

Ryan Kenny

19 Mar 2020 m read

Category: Active Savings

5 savings tips for a low interest rate environment

Low interest rates doesn’t mean you should leave your savings sitting idly by. Here are 5 tips to get your savings working hard.

Ryan Kenny

17 Mar 2020 3m read

Category: Investing and saving

Savings accounts: how big should your rainy day fund be?

We explore how to build an emergency fund, how big it should be and a simple way to get it working harder for you.

Ryan Kenny

02 Mar 2020 4m read

Category: Active Savings

NS&I cut interest rates – what it means for your savings

What the latest cut could mean for your savings and how Active Savings could get your cash working harder.

Ryan Kenny

18 Feb 2020 3m read

Category: Investing and saving

A boost towards next year’s tax return

How Active Savings can help with your next tax return

Ryan Kenny

07 Feb 2020 3m read

Category: Active Savings

The outlook for interest rates and what it means for your savings

With the Bank of England set to decide on interest rates this week, we look at what a rate change could mean for you and your cash savings, and how to get your money working harder.

Ryan Kenny

27 Jan 2020 5m read

Category: Investing and saving

How inflation eats away at your savings and how to beat it

Why it’s important to consider inflation and how to get some of the best savings rates so your cash isn’t losing value.

Ryan Kenny

16 Jan 2020 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

A tale of two savers

A look at how inertia with your savings could be costing you dearly. How you can benefit from some of the best savings interest rates in the market with our Active Savings account.

Ryan Kenny

10 Jan 2020 4m 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).