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FirstSave launches best buy deal

FirstSave launches best buy deal

Category: Savings

Updated: 30/01/2013
First Published: 30/01/2013

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FirstSave has launched a new issue of its two-year fixed rate bond paying a reduced rate of 2.65% yearly.

The basics…

Issue 15 offers a competitive savings rate of 2.65% to savers wishing to tie funds up for two years. For those looking to supplement their income, a monthly option paying a slightly-reduced rate of 2.62% is also available.

The finer details….

Savers opting for the monthly option will need to invest a minimum of £5,000, while those choosing the yearly option will only need to invest a minimum of £1,000.

Savers must remember that they will not be able to access funds early or make further additions during the term.

Why we like it….

Despite the rate reduction, this two-year fixed rate bond remains in the Moneyfacts Best Buy charts. As such it has earned four out of five Moneyfacts Stars.

What next?

Find the best Fixed Rate Bonds
Compare the best 2 yr fixed rate savings accounts

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