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Saffron BS increases tiered account rates

Saffron BS increases tiered account rates

Category: Savings

Updated: 05/08/2010
First Published: 05/08/2010

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Saffron BS has increased the rates paid on its E-Saver tiered account by up to 2.45%.

A minimum investment of £100 will now pay 2.65% (+2.45%), while the interest paid on minimum investments of £1K will also pay 2.65% (+2.05%).

Monthly options have also increased.

With both accounts now paying a market leading rate of 2.65%, which can only be beaten by internet accounts offering bonuses, clients will find these offers hard to beat.

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