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L&G launches one year fixed rate account

Legal & General is launching a new one year fixed rate savings account.


The Term Savings V account is fixed at 6 per cent gross for savings of £2,500 plus, 6.25 per cent gross for £5,000 plus and 6.5 per cent gross for £10,000 plus.


L&G Bank marketing director deposits Steve Leach says: &#34Term Savings V is the latest in a series of fixed rate accounts from L&G, offering highly competitive rates to the discerning saver.


&#34This is further evidence of our on-going commitment to providing our customers with good value products.&#34

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