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Chorley & District covers one year savings options

Chorley & District covers one year savings options

Category: Savings

Updated: 02/12/2011
First Published: 02/12/2011

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Chorley & District BS has launched a couple of new one year bonds which will raise the interest of savers looking for a fixed or variable return.

The new one year fixed rate bond offers 3.20% on maturity or monthly.

The one year tracker account offers 3.00% on maturity or monthly and is guaranteed to be 2.50% above base rate.

Both bonds can be operated online or via post, with no additions or early access allowed.

A nominated account for maturity proceeds must be opened at the same time for both accounts and a minimum of £1K must be invested (£5K for monthly options).

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