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Skipton keeps it simple for savers

Skipton keeps it simple for savers

Category: Savings

Updated: 11/10/2010
First Published: 11/10/2010

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Skipton BS has launched a straightforward internet operated savings account sure to prove a hit with savers.

Paying 2.25%, My Savings is up amongst the best comparable savings accounts.

Savers will need to be happy to conduct their finances via the internet, but should find the choice of options appealing.

My Holiday Saver, My Home Saver, My Bills Saver, My Gadget Saver, My Car Saver, My Rainy Day Saver, My Retirement Saver, My Children's Saver, My Secret Saver, My Slush Fund Saver, My Wedding Saver and My Handbag Saver are all options designed to help savers plan and budget for their chosen goal.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars is our choice of reward.

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