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Take note of Hanley Economic notice account

Take note of Hanley Economic notice account

Category: Savings

Updated: 10/05/2012
First Published: 10/05/2012

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Hanley Economic BS has extended its savings portfolio with the launch of a 180 day notice account.

The Postal 180 Day Notice account pays a rate of 3.20% yearly on a minimum investment of £5K, half of which must be new to the institution.

Earlier access – which is becoming less common in the sector – is subject to 180 days' loss of interest and transactions must be made by cheque.

Paying 3.20%, it sits just below the current market leading notice account and should prove popular with postal investors.

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