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Portman Building Society launches high rate cheque account

Portman Building Society is launching a new high interest cheque account with £250 cheque guaranteed card.


The Prestige Gold Account has a minimum investment of £10,000.


The interest rate for investments up to £19,999 is 3.50 per cent a year gross, this increases to 4 per cent gross for £20,000 to £29,999, 4.75 per cent gross for £30,000 to £49,999 and to 5.25 per cent gross for investments above £50,000.


The instant access account also offers investors 10 per cent discount on Portman&#39s annual travel insurance and 15 per cent off its buildings & contents insurance.


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