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Fix it with Nottingham BS

Fix it with Nottingham BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/02/2011
First Published: 01/02/2011

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Savers looking for a simple account to regularly invest their funds into would do well to consider a new account from Nottingham BS.

The Fixed Rate Regular Saver Issue 2 is a branch based regular savings account maturing on 28 February 2012.

A minimum investment of £10 is required, paying 4.00% yearly. There is no minimum monthly investment required, although a maximum cap of £100 is in place.

There is no earlier access permitted, although monthly payments can be missed and additional payments are permitted provided the monthly maximum is not exceeded.

This branch-based account from Nottingham BS complements its variable rate regular savings account and pays a market leading rate of 4.00%.

The ability to miss monthly payments or make several small deposits each month offers savers flexibility whilst encouraging the saving habit.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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