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Get a great business rate with Principality

Get a great business rate with Principality

Category: Business

Updated: 20/03/2012
First Published: 20/03/2012

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Principality has increased the rate offered on its one year business account.

The one year fixed rate bond has been increased by 0.20% and now offers 2.85%, maintaining its position in the top ten fixed rate business accounts.

Early closure is permitted subject to an interest penalty, and this together with the fact that additions can be made offers businesses more flexibility.

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