Most savers will typically have at least part of their savings portfolio in an easy access account, which they can get at quickly in an emergency. If savers want to maximise the interest earned on such accounts, then they should consider opting for a online operated account, where the average rate of 1.10pc, double that available on a branch based account.
Citibank – Flexible Saver Issue 6
Citibank is offering new customers a rate of 3.25pc, including a 2.25pc bonus for 12 months, on its Flexible Saver account. Savers can invest up to £1m into the account, which can be operated in branch or by telephone as well as online. The account offers instant access to their money if savers wish to make a withdrawal.
Sainsbury's Finance – Online Saver
The Online Saver account from Sainsbury's Finance is currently paying 3.20pc, including a 2.70pc bonus for 12 months. Savers can invest between £1,000 and £500,000 into the account, which has a monthly interest option available for those looking for a regular income. No notice is required to make a withdrawal, but if more than three withdrawals are made then the rate drops to 0.50pc.
AA – Internet Extra
Savers investing in the Internet Extra account from the AA will receive a rate of 3.15pc from £1, including a 2.65pc bonus for 12 month or 3.30pc on investments over £50,000, including a 2.80pc bonus for 12 months. Up to £1m can be invested in the online operated account, which pays interest on the anniversary of the account opening. No notice is required to access funds, but all withdrawals must be made via a nominated account.
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