What is the best easy access savings account on the market?

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Posted 28th Aug 2020
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or even Moneysupermarket.... I'm sure they are kept up to date
Marcus is unfortunately closed for new accounts
Phsycronix28/08/2020 12:52

N S & I - Income Bond or Direct …N S & I - Income Bond or Direct Saver.https://www.nsandi.com/our-products


And unlimited protection, even beyond £85k.
Phsycronix28/08/2020 12:52

N S & I - Income Bond or Direct …N S & I - Income Bond or Direct Saver.https://www.nsandi.com/our-products


Definitely these guys, covered fully by the Treasury up to £2m too. Pain to deal with though and their website needs a serious overhaul. If they had a nice easy app like everyone else I’d sing their praises constantly.
bozo00728/08/2020 12:54

Marcus is unfortunately closed for new accounts


I have Marcus and they are really good. No one wants your money anymore
Phsycronix28/08/2020 12:52

N S & I - Income Bond or Direct …N S & I - Income Bond or Direct Saver.https://www.nsandi.com/our-products



Can you get wages/benefits paid directly into NS&!?
gorgo201528/08/2020 20:22

Can you get wages/benefits paid directly into NS&!?



Hell if I know! You'd have to ask the/your employer/benefit office. I thought they usually require a 'current' account.

See here: citizensadvice.org.uk/ben…ts/

There's this bit:

"Using an existing account or opening a new account

If you already have a bank or building society account, you should check whether this is suitable for the payment of your benefit or tax credit. If it is a savings account or a mortgage account it may not be suitable. If it is a joint account, or an account which is often overdrawn, you may want to use another account instead."
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