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Melton Mowbray reveals business account additions

Melton Mowbray reveals business account additions

Category: Business

Updated: 31/05/2011
First Published: 31/05/2011

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Melton Mowbray Building Society has made three welcome additions to its range of business accounts.

Business Easy Savings is an instant access branch or postal operated account requiring a minimum investment of £1K.

Although the account pays 1.20% yearly, it must be remembered that only three cheque and three cash withdrawals are allowed per month.

Meanwhile, Melton's Business 60 Day Notice Savings account pays 1.60% yearly and its Business 100 Day Notice Savings account 2.10%.

Both are notice accounts requiring a minimum investment of £1K, with neither allowing early access to funds.

All three accounts are competitive in their respective fields, with the 100 day notice account particularly standing out.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

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