Savings: Fed up of low interest rates? 5 alternative options for your cash

Fed up of low interest rates? 5 alternative options for your cashDespite the recent changes to Cash ISAs (Individual Savings Accounts) and relatively low inflation, there are signs some savers are losing patience as they wait for interest rates to rise. The Bank of England has kept base rate at 0.5% for over five years and the interest rates paid to savers were cut further when the Funding for Lending scheme was introduced. Even now, months after Mark Carney suggested rates could start to rise, savers are left fighting for a ...