Amongst all the current uncertainty surrounding the personal finance industry, the Moneyfacts.co.uk consistent savings survey shows that not all good savings deals are here today, gone tomorrow.
It is still possible to find a good home for your savings and a decent rate of interest without having to transfer your account to a new provider every few months.
There are three main customer types that these accounts will appeal to:
Highlights from the April 2008 savings consistency report:
31 of the 48 consistent savings accounts highlighted are offered by building societies.
Internet SavingsPride of place goes to Sainsbury's Bank (Internet Saver), most consistent over both the last 18 and 36 months.
Mini Cash ISANS & I retains top spot over 18 months with its Direct ISA, whilst Yorkshire BS is still number one over 36 months with its e-ISA.
Notice Savings (No bonus)Anglo Irish Bank continues to dominate both the 18 and 36-month chart with its 7-day notice account.
No Notice Savings (No bonus)Anglo Irish Bank is number one over 18 months and 36 months with its easy access deposit account.
Moneyfacts.co.uk is the only comparison site that helps its customers make better financial decisions by offering such a comprehensive choice of savings best buys. Whether a consumer wants a short-term deal with an introductory bonus or a decent rate of return from a consistently good performing account, they have access to details on both types of account.
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