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Yorkshire BS finds winning combination

Yorkshire BS finds winning combination

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/04/2010
First Published: 01/04/2010

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Yorkshire BS has unveiled a new issue of its Combination Bond, paying a headline rate of 6.00%.

The product is a fixed term account maturing on 30.6.11, with a minimum investment of £1K paying 6.00% yearly (5.84% monthly).

One notice and penalty free withdrawal is permitted during the term, although no additions are allowed.

Applicants must have an appointment with the in branch Legal & General adviser and invest at least £5K (or 70% for investments over £5K) in a longer term investment bond with L&G.

The Combination Bond is also available from branches of Barnsley BS.

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