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Staffordshire launches savings accounts

Staffordshire Building Society is launching two savings products.


Monthly Saver has an interest rate of 5 per cent and allows investors to save between £10 and £250 a month without a without a commitment to pay every month.


Fixed term bonds will be available with terms of 1, 2 or 3 years at 5.35 per cent, 5.75 per and 6.15 per cent respectively. The bonds have a minimum investment of £500.

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