Current account+ savings Options


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max11

Hi everyone,
I'm a professional and I have been in England for a couple of months
now. I'm trying to orient among many different accounts but it is
very
complicated!

I earn some thousands per month so i would like to have a saving
account with a high interest (who not?!). Then I will decide what do
with money, for example buying a house, if I will decide to stay, in
a
few months. It should be a good investement.


At the moment I have a RBS savings account, but it gives me only
0.20%
rates.
for example I ve seen Looyds Current Accounts with Vantage gives up
to 5% (until £7000) - is there any trick? Do I have to leave £1000
per
month for all the year long for example?
http://www.lloydstsb.com/current_accounts/classic_and_classic_plus_ac...
but savings seems have low interests.


For instance, Halifax Web Saver Extra gives 3% n savings


Could anyone help me?


Thank you


Max
 
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Rob.

max11 said:
Hi everyone,
I'm a professional and I have been in England for a couple of months
now. I'm trying to orient among many different accounts but it is
very
complicated!

I earn some thousands per month so i would like to have a saving
account with a high interest (who not?!). Then I will decide what do
with money, for example buying a house, if I will decide to stay, in
a
few months. It should be a good investement.


At the moment I have a RBS savings account, but it gives me only
0.20%
rates.
for example I ve seen Looyds Current Accounts with Vantage gives up
to 5% (until £7000) - is there any trick? Do I have to leave £1000
per
month for all the year long for example?
http://www.lloydstsb.com/current_accounts/classic_and_classic_plus_ac...
but savings seems have low interests.


For instance, Halifax Web Saver Extra gives 3% n savings


Could anyone help me?
This group is for discussion about the software package Microsoft Money.
You would do better posting to uk.finance

However a coupoe of suggestions - You could try looking at comparison
sites such as moneysupermarket.com

You could also go to
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/moneybox/7830639.stm

and use the iplayer to listen to the program on savings and investments
or dowload it.
 

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