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Aldermore issues easy-access business account

Aldermore issues easy-access business account

Category: Business

Updated: 18/02/2013
First Published: 18/02/2013

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Aldermore has launched the Easy Access Business Savings Account Issue 2, available to business investors requiring short-term access to their savings.

The basics…

This account pays a very competitive annual rate of 1.50% and investments range between £1,000 and £1 million.

The finer details….

No advance notice is needed to access funds and the account can be operated by telephone or online.

Why we like it….

Businesses that wish to dip into their savings funds on a regular basis should be pleased with this new account which sits just behind the current market-leader. Four out of five Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.

What next?

Compare business savings accounts
Compare business bank accounts
Compare commercial mortgages

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