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Manchester BS ramps up savings offerings

Manchester BS ramps up savings offerings

Category: Savings

Updated: 12/10/2010
First Published: 12/10/2010

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Manchester Building Society has revamped its variable rate savings portfolio and re-entered the instant access savings account market after a short break.

At 2.31%, Premier Instant returns as an instant access account market leader.

Meanwhile, its 45 day notice Premier Notice Issue 15 pays a market leading 2.61% and should appeal to savers who can budget over a month ahead.

Both of the deals restrict withdrawals to four per year and will only allow additional investments until 26 November 2010.

As a consequence, savers will need to budget carefully and commit any excess funds as soon as they can.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are a fitting reward.

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