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Bonds are three and easy with Yorkshire BS

Bonds are three and easy with Yorkshire BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 08/07/2010
First Published: 08/07/2010

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Yorkshire BS added to its fixed rate bond portfolio with three highly competitive products.

All are branch based accounts with a minimum investment of £100, with the two year product paying a rate of 3.56% yearly (3.50% monthly).

The three year product offers a rate of 4.11% (4.03% monthly), while a five year account offers 4.60% yearly (4.51% monthly).

No early access is permitted on any of the bonds, although additions can be made whilst the issues remain open.

All three bonds pay highly competitive rates sitting within the top three in each respective term and should prove very popular with clients who prefer to transact via a branch network.

The monthly options will also appeal to investors looking to supplement their incomes.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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