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Fixed Rate Bond @ 4.05% gross pa/AER - Yorkshire Building Society
Fixed Rate Bond @ 4.05% gross pa/AER - Yorkshire Building Society

Fixed Rate Bond @ 4.05% gross pa/AER - Yorkshire Building Society

* Fixed rate of interest for duration of the bond - 31 May 2014
* You can save from as little as £1,000
* Make additional deposits whilst the bond is open to new investors†
* Monthly and annual interest options
* Withdrawals or early closure not permitted during the term

I've not seen many finance deals on Hotukdeals so not sure if this post is appropriate.

9 Comments

realblender

I'm not sure if you are suppose to put some disclaimer about giving … I'm not sure if you are suppose to put some disclaimer about giving finaincial advice etc... so too scared to comment or vote. It would certainly be good to have more deals like this as I have so much money and dont knwo what to do with ti


Obviously been around this site too long!X)

there used to be a load of Isa deals on here before the 0.5% interest bedded in, so it's not the first savings deal. Thanks for the post.

why is it when I vote cold, the temp goes up instead of down! ...does this happen to you too?

*the value of your investment may go down as well as up (especially with the lib dems in government)

cold, nationwide is at 4.2% for 3 years

CookinBat

why is it when I vote cold, the temp goes up instead of down! ...does … why is it when I vote cold, the temp goes up instead of down! ...does this happen to you too?


Yes..I assume that a lot of people vote whilst you read the posts so when you vote and refresh everyone elses votes have been added in too.

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you'd have to be mad to tie up your cash at 4.2% for 3 years

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roundster

cold, nationwide is at 4.2% for 3 years



Where? For new customers? Not an ISA? I want some of that!

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realblender

what could you do with it instead - better rate and same risk?


Put it in a 3.2% account for a few months as interest rates are bound to go up soon

4.2% in a years time, let alone 3 will be crap!

My money is in a 5.03% 3 year account with birmingham midshires but I only took that out as I can withdraw it (with 3 months loss of interest).

If I was putting money away now I would stick it in this 5.05% 5 year account as you can withdraw it (with interest penalties)

bmsavings.co.uk/sav…703

Edited by: "csiman" 22nd May 2011
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