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    • Samijane9966
    • By Samijane9966 12th Oct 16, 10:25 AM
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    Current account and savings
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    Current account and savings 12th Oct 16 at 10:25 AM
    I have a Santander 123 account already and I transfer £1250 per month into it. I then withdraw the whole amount every 4 months and start again.(school fees)!!!!
    I was getting a little interest on this but obviously now I won't and I have to pay for it. Any suggestions as to the best way of doing this's for the next 3 years .
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