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Notice the difference with Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank

Notice the difference with Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank

Category: Savings

Updated: 29/01/2013
First Published: 21/04/2010

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Savers happy to invest in a notice savings accounts to gain a higher rate of interest will be pleased to see the latest product launch from Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank.

The 60 Day Notice Direct is a 60 day notice branch and postal operated account that pays a yearly rate of 3.00% on a minimum investment of £1K.

Further additions are permitted, but no early access is allowed. Investors can make four withdrawals per calendar year and there is a maximum investment cap of £100K.

At 3.00%, the account pays a market leading rate for a reasonably straightforward 60 day notice account, with only slightly higher rates available for a longer notice period.

Investors should be sure they are can limit themselves to just four withdrawals per year, but this product is still well worth four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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