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BoS Vantage account Interest?

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If I never let my BoS Vantage account  balance go below £5000 how much interest will I receive in a year?
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  • edited 19 February at 5:19PM
    veryintriguedveryintrigued Forumite
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    edited 19 February at 5:19PM
    0.78 * £5k / 100 ish
  • David28David28 Forumite
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    According to my excel spreadsheet £38.90 but considering the rounding errors it produces £37.50 is probably nearer.
  • st999st999 Forumite
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    Last time I had £5000 in my vantage account I got £3.41 for 31 days so 11p a day or £40.50 a year.
    75 years old and still here.
  • edited 20 February at 12:17AM
    soulsaversoulsaver Forumite
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    edited 20 February at 12:17AM
    0.78% is pretty good for an easy access ac these days...? 

    I'll likely be filling a few of these when a couple of my fixes mature next month.
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    Look up nexo... 
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  • edited 20 February at 9:45AM
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    edited 20 February at 9:45AM
    chamelion said:
    Look up nexo... 
    Why?  That's a Lithuanian (or possibly Bulgarian) crypto vendor that risks your capital.  
    The relevance to the OP's question is, er, questionable.

  • trickydicky14trickydicky14 Forumite
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    soulsaver said:
    0.78% is pretty good for an easy access ac these days...? 

    I'll likely be filling a few of these when a couple of my fixes mature next month.
    Yes it is pretty good these days, I know the rate could change but worth having I thinks.
    That's why I have 3 BOS and 1 Lloyds which has the same interest rate.
    That gives you a possible 20k at 0,78% if you have the cash to do it.
    I feel with the state of R.S accounts just now and some of them variable its worth the effort.

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    The only 'problem' if you want to call it this is that you need 2 x DDs for each account to qualify.  Better is Halifax Reward where the DDs no longer required (and you get a tad more cash)
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  • soulsaversoulsaver Forumite
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    The only 'problem' if you want to call it this is that you need 2 x DDs for each account to qualify.  Better is Halifax Reward where the DDs no longer required (and you get a tad more cash)
    Yep - I'd get them, too - if they'd let me have any more than I have already... :wink: 

  • trickydicky14trickydicky14 Forumite
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    The only 'problem' if you want to call it this is that you need 2 x DDs for each account to qualify.  Better is Halifax Reward where the DDs no longer required (and you get a tad more cash)
    soulsaver said:
    The only 'problem' if you want to call it this is that you need 2 x DDs for each account to qualify.  Better is Halifax Reward where the DDs no longer required (and you get a tad more cash)
    Yep - I'd get them, too - if they'd let me have any more than I have already... :wink: 

    Yes I also have 3 Halifax and 2 Virgin CA's all bringing in a few pounds.
    It's just knowing when not to push any more!
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