Does easy access equate to instant access?
Ask Anna Question: Looking at the speed at which savers can move money back into their current account - does easy access mean the same as instant access? Anna Bowes answers the question on Asset TV Investor.
Cashing in investments? Where should you keep the cash?
Ask Anna Question: The recent market volatility means that I'm thinking of cashing in some of my investments - but where can I put the money? Interest rates are so low it seems crazy to leave the money in my bank. Anna Bowes answers the question on Asset TV Investor
Are savers benefiting from rate rises?
It has been some months since the Bank of England raised its base rate so have banks passed on the benefit to savers? Asset TV Investor asks Savings Champion's Anna Bowes.
What to do with a £10,000 rainy day fund
Ask Anna Question: We have built up a rainy day fund of £10,000 and are looking to put it somewhere where we can get as much interest as possible. We need to access the money in an emergency, so do not want to tie the money up and are wary of risking the capital by investing in stocks and shares. Where should we put our rainy day fund of £10,000? Anna Bowes answers the question on Asset TV Investor.
What to expect from the Autumn Budget
Monday 29th will be the day of Chancellor Phillip Hammond's Autumn Budget. In his speech, he will announce the government's plans for tax and spending for the financial year which starts in April 2019. Asset TV Investor asked a group of experts what we can expect from this year’s budget.