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Savers can rely on Kent Reliance

Savers can rely on Kent Reliance

Category: Savings

Updated: 09/11/2010
First Published: 09/11/2010

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Kent Reliance Building Society has proven it is the society that savers can rely on following the launch of its new bonus account.

Paying 2.87% yearly (2.83% monthly), the 2012 Bonus Account has a highly competitive rate for a 60 day notice account and sits just below the market leader when compared against similar notice period accounts.

Savers must take into account that no earlier access is permitted, so all withdrawals require 60 days notice.

It must also be remembered that the rate includes a bonus of 2.12% until 30 June 2012.

As a result, when the bonus expires in June next year, savers must check whether the account still remains competitive.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are richly deserved.

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