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Leeds BS launches 30 Day Notice Account

Leeds BS launches 30 Day Notice Account

Category: Savings

Updated: 04/03/2013
First Published: 04/03/2013

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Leeds Building Society has launched a notice account available to customers with deposits between £5,000 and £1 million and who hold an existing ISA.

The basics…

This account pays a variety of rates depending on the deposit amount.

Deposits of £5,000 and £9,999 will receive an annual rate of 1.60%, between £10,000 and £24,999 pays 1.95%, £25,000 and £49,999 pays 2.00%, £50,000 and £99,999 pays a rate of 2.05%, whilst investments between £100,000 and £1 million pays a rate of 2.35%.

The finer details….

Advance notice of 30 days is required to access funds. Early access is permitted, although this is subject to 30 days' loss of interest.

The account is available to savers aged 18 and over and can be operated in branch or by post.

Why we like it….

Paying a range of competitive rates for various investment amounts, this notice account also allows early withdrawal of funds. Four out of five Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.

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