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Double savings delight at krbs

Double savings delight at krbs

Category: Savings

Updated: 20/04/2011
First Published: 20/04/2011

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Krbs has increased both the headline rates and bonuses on two of its easy access accounts.

The Easy Access Bonus Savings now offers a rate of 3.00% (bonus also increased by 0.40% to 2.50% for one year).

The Easy Access Variable Rate Cash ISA pays 3.01% (bonus increased by 0.80% to 2.50% for one year). Monthly options have also been increased.

At 3.00%, the variable rate savings account is a market leader in the instant access/no notice field when excluding internet accounts.

The cash ISA at 3.01% is now comfortably within the top ten of no notice cash ISAs, and the monthly option at 2.97% is even more competitive in what is a limited market.

As both accounts now have large bonuses a review will be required after 12 months.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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