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Buckinghamshire BS does the business

Buckinghamshire BS does the business

Category: Business

Updated: 17/12/2010
First Published: 17/12/2010

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Buckinghamshire BS has extended its range of business fixed rate deposits to startling effect.

The launch of a two and four year option (paying 3.00% and 3.50% respectively) to complement the existing one (2.55%) and three year (3.25%) offerings is welcome news for the business investment sector.

All of the accounts sit just below the market leaders over their respective terms and should therefore prove popular.

Businesses will, however, need to ensure they can tie up their investment for the full term, as no early access is allowed.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are a well deserved reward.

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