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Portman Building Society launches stepped rate bond


The Portman Building Society is offering a new 4-year step up bond offering up to 8 per cent.


The bond pays five per cent gross in year one, 5.5 per cent gross in year two, 6 per cent in year three and 8 per cent in year four.


The investment limits are from £500 to £50,000.



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