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verance
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Where's the best cash rate at the moment?
LinusP
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I have been using HL active savings recently for this and been impressed with how easy it is, getting 5-6%.

https://www.hl.co.uk/investment-services/active-savings
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Euler
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LinusP wrote:
Wed Aug 16, 2023 9:19 am
I have been using HL active savings recently for this and been impressed with how easy it is, getting 5-6%.

https://www.hl.co.uk/investment-services/active-savings
That's neat I hadn't seen that before.
Michael5482
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I've just woke up to an variable 8% savings account offer from Nationwide, goes down to 2.15% after 3 withdrawals. Certainly worth a look if you bank with the Nationwide.

From memory it's highest I've seen or ever been offered.
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Euler
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Michael5482 wrote:
Mon Nov 20, 2023 9:56 am
I've just woke up to an variable 8% savings account offer from Nationwide, goes down to 2.15% after 3 withdrawals. Certainly worth a look if you bank with the Nationwide.

From memory it's highest I've seen or ever been offered.
Limited to £200 each month for 12 months.
Michael5482
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Euler wrote:
Mon Nov 20, 2023 12:01 pm
Michael5482 wrote:
Mon Nov 20, 2023 9:56 am
I've just woke up to an variable 8% savings account offer from Nationwide, goes down to 2.15% after 3 withdrawals. Certainly worth a look if you bank with the Nationwide.

From memory it's highest I've seen or ever been offered.
Limited to £200 each month for 12 months.
Yes reel'd me in with the old customer for over 20 years and 8% in bold I should know better! Still not a bad offer for those to look at who want to start saving.
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You could still do it, or the kids could benefit from it.
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