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Top bond for small businesses

Top bond for small businesses

Category: Business

Updated: 09/01/2013
First Published: 09/01/2013

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Despite Santander reducing the rates on selected fixed rate business bonds, the one-year option still remains in the top 10 of similar accounts.

The basics…

Paying 2.00%, this deal is a great option for small businesses with a turnover of £250,000 and under.

The finer details….

As is common with most short-term bonds, earlier access to funds is not allowed.

Why we like it….

Despite this rate reduction from Santander, the one-year fixed rate business bond still remains an attractive option for small businesses looking for a competitive home for their savings. As such, this product has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts Stars.

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