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Tipton & Coseley cosies up to savers

Tipton & Coseley cosies up to savers

Category: Savings

Updated: 23/02/2010
First Published: 09/02/2010

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Tipton & Coseley BS is scaling the heights with the launch of two 30 day notice accounts.

The Hallmark 30 account is open to all and pays up to 3.00% yearly, while the Premier 30 is limited to locals or existing members only and pays up to 3.25%.

A minimum investment of £10K is applicable to both accounts, although £50K is required to achieve the top rates available.

Early access is not allowed, and only three withdrawals are allowed per year, with a minimum of £500.

Meanwhile, the rates available on both accounts include a fixed bonus of 1.80% for the first 12 months, making it essential to review the competitiveness of the products at least a month before the bonus expires.

Nevertheless, offering rates that stand up well to the market leading rates available in the 30 day notice account market, these products more than deserve their rating of four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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