Market Harborough Building Society has revamped its savings range, launching two new fixed rate bonds and increasing the rate on its notice account by 0.26%, all of which storm into the Moneyfacts charts for their respective terms.
Onethedot 120 Day Notice (Issue 2) now pays 1.71% yearly on a minimum investment of £25,000.
3 Year Fixed Term Bond (Issue 9) pays 2.50% yearly while the five-year version (Issue 10) pays 3.00%, both on a minimum investment of £1,000.
All three accounts come with monthly options paying slightly reduced rates for those that wish to supplement their income.
The notice account is internet-operated and allows further additions at any time, as well as withdrawals subject to the required notice period being given. Earlier access won't be permitted.
The fixed rate bonds can be opened and operated via all channels. As is common in the fixed market, withdrawals and further additions won't be permitted, so savers will need to be comfortable with their initial investment and the term chosen.
These accounts from Market Harborough BS all comfortably secure positions in the best buy tables for their sectors, with the notice account being the most competitive.
Four Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.
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