Yorkshire Building Society has revamped its savings range with the launch of three new fixed rate products, all of which earn themselves top 10 positions in the charts.
Fixed Rate ISA (to 30.9.17) pays 2.50% yearly or 2.47% monthly for those that wish to supplement their monthly income. The account is also available as a bond and an e-bond, so customers have a choice in how they can save.
The ISA requires a minimum investment of £100 and can be operated by branch or post. Further additions are permitted while the issue remains open, as are transfers in, however earlier access to funds will result in closure of the account and 180 days' loss of interest.
Meanwhile, the fixed bonds require a higher investment of £1,000 and can be opened and operated by branch or post, however the e-bond – as the name implies – is an internet-only account. Additions are permitted while the issues remain open, but unlike the ISA, earlier access won't be allowed.
Versions of all three accounts are also available through Barnsley and Chelsea building societies.
Paying impressive rates of interest, and with options available to suit all saving preferences, these fixed rate accounts storm into the Moneyfacts charts and will likely appeal to a range of investors.
Four Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.
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