Savings accounts deposits by Direct Debit? UPDATED
edited 15 April 2017 at 10:01PM in Savings & investments
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And yes 2010.. I am interested in the best rates accessible via DD. Tesco IS at 1.4pc. Is there anything beating, or even comparable, with that?
Edit: just saw post #24, as you say, as it happens, Tesco is currently as good as other easy access savings accounts, albeit only by virtue of the one year bonus, so if you've filled up all the 3-5% opportunities then there are worse places to dump surplus funds if you want to keep significant amounts in cash form.
There's obviously a very good reason why you want to lose interest for 1-2 days whilst your funds transfer via DD (as opposed to instantly via FP). Care to share?
Haven't got a clue.
Ask innovate she will know
And yes.. Using to satisfy criteria, but tend to leave to accumulate..so if there can be some interest generated that's a bonus.
Which is the One, Yorkie?
It's also listed on the best savings account article on the main site, alongside Tesco...but only one nominated account.
Only fair that we both do some work.