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Triple savings winner from Northern Rock

Triple savings winner from Northern Rock

Category: Savings

Updated: 18/08/2011
First Published: 17/08/2011

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Northern Rock has expanded its already extensive savings range with the launch of three easy access accounts covering all channels between them.

The Saver Reward is a no notice account that offers 3.11% yearly (3.07% monthly) including a 1.50% bonus for 12 months.

It is operated by post and withdrawals must be made via a nominated account. There is a minimum investment of £1K and a maximum of £100K.

The Everyday Access pays 2.05% yearly (2.03% monthly) and can be operated in branch, by phone or post. It offers instant access and requires a minimum investment of just £1.

The Everyday Access Online offers 2.75% yearly (2.72% monthly) and is operated online, with a minimum investment of £1.

All accounts enter their respective best buy tables and deserve four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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