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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Savings & Investments
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Savings & Investments
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  • Well done Special Saver 2

    I vote to make this a sticky!
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  • RayWolfeRayWolfe Users Awaiting Email Confirmation
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    First class piece of work. Well done and thanks.
  • steady__eddiesteady__eddie Forumite
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    In the Too late ! Now closed to New Savers section, how about the Target Saver from Ipswich ?
    I have two months left to maturity on mine and had a browse through the T + Cs after reading this post. Under the section entitled, "What happens at the end of the year ?" is the following, "Unless otherwise notified, your Target Saver will remain open, so if you wish to, you can continue with your regular savings on the same terms for a further year."
    To the best of my knowledge, I haven't been "otherwise notified" and as the gross is still in the region of 8.45%, I think I may have another 12 months worth.
  • PrimrosePrimrose Forumite
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    Great piece of research. Many thanks.
  • marymary Forumite
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    In the Too late ! Now closed to New Savers section, how about the Target Saver from Ipswich ?
    I have two months left to maturity on mine and had a browse through the T + Cs after reading this post. Under the section entitled, "What happens at the end of the year ?" is the following, "Unless otherwise notified, your Target Saver will remain open, so if you wish to, you can continue with your regular savings on the same terms for a further year."
    To the best of my knowledge, I haven't been "otherwise notified" and as the gross is still in the region of 8.45%, I think I may have another 12 months worth.

    Just spoken to a knowledgeable CS rep at Ipswich in light of what you wrote.
    I have the 8.45% Target Saver, plus the 7.35 and 6.9 as well My last payment goes out on July 2st. At maturity they will notify you, but you can keep the SOs going but effectively it will become a second Target Saver 3 at 6.9%. It is only permitted for maturing accounts. In short you will have 2 x 6.9% accounts. However, you cannot walk in off the street and open up a 2nd account, it is only for those who already have a maturing account. Your lump sum of £3,000+ will automatically go into a Premier 30 account and you can take the money out, do what you want with it from then on.
  • bristolleedsfanbristolleedsfan Forumite
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    special saver 2 might like to note that ipswich BS dropped their locals only policy some time ago, pity cambridge BS wont follow suit :rotfl:

    also of note anyone who is a member of leek BS or local to a leek BS branch can still open new Leek BS 1 year regular savers paying fixed 7.5% gross per year
  • i agree with lazy runner this should be a sticky. well done.
  • stphnsteveystphnstevey Forumite
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    Well done - sticky this.

    Will need constant updating though
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    this is great!!

    how many regular saver accounts do people have?

    how many is it realistic to have?

    i was thinking of opening a few more and funding them from my ICICI savings
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    carpy wrote: »

    how many regular saver accounts do people have?

    how many is it realistic to have?


    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=477833
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