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Top marks for Northern Rock savings deal

Top marks for Northern Rock savings deal

Category: Savings

Updated: 19/05/2010
First Published: 19/05/2010

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Northern Rock has re-entered the regular savings arena with a new market leading fixed rate savings deal.

Requiring a minimum investment of just £1 (maximum £250), this instant access branch based regular savings account matures on 1 June 2011 paying 5.00% fixed yearly.

Unlimited withdrawals are permitted, while monthly payments can be amended or missed without penalty.

Additional investments are also allowed, up to a maximum investment £3,250.

Giving savers the flexibility of instant access withdrawals and to change monthly deposits, this product will be hard to beat.

Five out of five Moneyfacts stars are fully deserved.

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