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National Counties 01372 42211 90 Day Account 90 day pounds 20,000 7.10 Year

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Barclays Bank 0345 773000 Fxed Rte Svgs Bd 1 year pounds 2,000 7.00 F Year

Chelsea BS 0800 272505 Fixed Rate Bond 1 year pounds 5,000 7.25 F Year

Woolwich BS 0800 400900 Fixed Rate Bond 3 year pounds 500 7.75 F Year

Norwich & P'boro 01733 391497 5 Yr Fxd Rte Bond 5 year pounds 10,000 8.05 F Year

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Birmingham Mid 0645 720721 First Class Postal pounds 1,000 4.70 Month

Britannia BS 01538 392808 Capital Trust Postal pounds 2,000 5.84 Month

Northern Rock BS 0500 505000 Current Acc Gold Postal pounds 10,000 6.08 Month

pounds 25,000 6.31 Month

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Sun Banking 01438 744500 5 year pounds 8,400 8.00 F Year

Market Harboro' 01858 463244 5 year pounds 9,000 7.75 Year

Hinckley & Rugby 0800 774499 5 year pounds 5,000 7.65 Year

Dunfermline BS 01383 627727 5 year pounds 3,000 7.50 Year

HIGH-INTEREST CHEQUE ACCOUNTS

Woolwich BS 0800 400900 Current Instant pounds 500 3.70 Year

Halifax BS 01422 333333 Asset Reserve Instant pounds 5,000 5.00 3 Mths

Chelsea BS 0800 717515 Classic Postal Instant pounds 2,500 5.50 Year

Northern Rock BS 0500 505000 Current Acc Gold Postal pounds 50,000 6.50 Monthly

OFFSHORE (gross)

Portman CI 01481 822747 Instant Gold Instant pounds 5,000 6.20 Year

Derbyshire IoM 01624 663432 Instant Access Instant pounds 25,000 6.65 Year

Newcastle GIB 00 350 76168 Nova 90 O'shore 90 day pounds 50,000 7.25 Year

Portman CI 01481 822747 Gold Bond Acc 3 year pounds 5,000 7.75 F Year

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pounds 500 5.75 Year

pounds 25,000 6.00 Year

INCOME BONDS 3 month pounds 2,000 6.50 Month

pounds 25,000 6.75 Month

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FIRST OPTION BONDS 12 month pounds 1,000 6.40 F Year

pounds 20,000 6.80 F Year

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NS Certificates (tax-free)

42nd ISSUE 5 year pounds 100 5.85 F Maturity

8th INDEX-LINKED 5 year pounds 100 3.00+RPI Maturity

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