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Access a top savings account with Newcastle BS

Access a top savings account with Newcastle BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 20/01/2011
First Published: 20/01/2011

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Newcastle BS has launched a new no notice account that should attract savers looking for a straight forward product to invest their money in.

The Newcastle Online Access Saver is a no notice internet operated account with a minimum investment of £500 paying 2.70% yearly (2.60% monthly).

It sits just below the market leading internet account which has a bonus and leads the field for those without a bonus. Investors should find this straightforward account which allows unlimited withdrawals appealing.

The monthly option at 2.60% may attract those looking to supplement their income.

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