The surprisingly simple way YOU can beat inflation

The surprisingly simple way you can beat inflation

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How to beat inflation: This is Money editor Simon Lambert answers your questions about savings rates in his weekly video question and answer session. He explains how it might be possible to beat inflation over the next two years by choosing a better savings account now, where to find the best rates – and why a standard savings account is unlikely to be your best choice.

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