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Finding a savings safety net

Savers are getting jittery in response to doomsday scenarios for the eurozone, so you should know how to protect your nest egg, writes Emma Kennedy.

4th December, 2011

Savers who are worried about the future of the euro are considering everything from opening a Swiss bank account to burying their savings in a steel box.

As concerns about sovereign debt and general financial meltdown continue to dominate the headlines, people are understandably jittery. And many want to act fast to preserve whatever savings they have before disaster strikes.

First things first. Do not make rash decisions about your life savings. Before deciding which...

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