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A smart save from United Trust Bank

A smart save from United Trust Bank

Category: Savings

Updated: 04/04/2011
First Published: 19/08/2010

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Investors looking to tie their money up in return for a good rate will be licking their lips after the latest rate rise from United Trust Bank.

The five year product now pays a rate of 4.50%, putting it amongst the leaders in the long term field.

With no flexibility for withdrawals or additions, investors will need to be certain how much they can afford from the outset.

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