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New Manchester BS notice account is Premier class

New Manchester BS notice account is Premier class

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/11/2011
First Published: 01/11/2011

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Manchester BS has extended its range of variable rates with the launch of a 35 day option.

At 3.16%, the Premier Notice Issue 37 is offering the best rate in its particular field.

In common with many new notice accounts, no earlier access to funds is allowed, and withdrawals are restricted to four per year which will mean careful budgeting will be required.

As additions are only permitted until 23 December 2011 quick action will be required to maximise returns.

A review will be required after 12 months when the 1.50% bonus expires.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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