Allied Irish Bank has upped the rates paid on its short-term bonds to startling effect.
Now paying 3.50%, the one-year bond sits just outside the very best accounts over this term, while the two-year version now pays 3.90%.
An unusual feature of the bonds is the ability to access money early in exceptional circumstances, although this remains at the discretion of the bank.
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