Under the microscope this week are the latest savings deals from the Post Office and AA.
We also showcase two eye catching mortgages from Yorkshire Building Society and Cheltenham & Gloucester.
As usual, the products are broken down into fine detail and analysed by Moneyfacts.co.uk's renowned, unbiased and impartial research team.
Post Office - Product details
The Post Office's latest rate increase has seen its two year fixed rate ISA move from 3.45% to a highly competitive 3.75%. Unlike many fixed rate bonds, savers can access funds at short notice with this account although this is subject to 180 days' loss of interest.
AA - Product details
With a rate of 3.05%, this attractive new deal sits just below the current market leader in the no notice ISA field. Available to online investors only, the account should also please those looking to make withdrawals at short notice without incurring penalties.
Yorkshire Building Society - Product details
A rate reduction to this already competitive two year fixed deal sees it storm to the top of the market. With a maximum loan-to-value of 90%, no arrangement fee and a host of generous incentives, this deal should please first-time buyers who are looking to keep initial costs to a minimum.
Cheltenham & Gloucester - Product details
Offering a rate of 3.59% to 30.9.13 this product offers a good deal to borrowers with a deposit of at least 20%. Remortgage customers are offered attractive incentives that vary as to where they reside, while all borrowers can take advantage of flexible features of overpayments, underpayments and payment holidays.
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