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Aldermore Customised Fixed Rate Business Savings Account
Term
60 days to 5 years
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
1.15% to 2.50% AER fixed
The longer the term you select, the higher the interest rate. The interest rate will remain fixed for the duration of the term.
Aldermore 1 Year Fixed Rate Bond
Term
1 year
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
1.90% AER fixed
CC Bank 95 Day Notice Account
Term
95 days Notice
Open With
£10,000
Interest Rate
1.75% AER
Nationwide Business 1 Year Saver
Term
1 year
Open With
£10,000
Interest Rate
1.40% AER fixed
Aldermore 6 Month Fixed Rate Bond
Term
6 months
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
1.25% AER fixed
Aldermore Easy Access Issue 5
Term
Instant Access
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
1.1% AER variable
Nationwide Business 6 Month Saver
Term
6 months
Open With
£10,000
Interest Rate
1.10% AER fixed
Nationwide Business 95 Day Saver
Term
-
Open With
£10,000
Interest Rate
1.05% AER variable
Nationwide Business Instant Saver
Term
Instant Access
Open With
£10,000
Interest Rate
1% AER variable
State Bank of India Hi Return Business Fixed Deposit
Term
5 years
Open With
£50,000
Interest Rate
2.90% AER fixed on £10,000 +
Bank of Cyprus UK 3 Year Fixed Term Charity Bond
Term
3 years
Open With
£2,000
Interest Rate
2.46% AER fixed
United Bank UK 3 Year Fixed Deposit Acc (Business & Charity)
Term
3 years
Open With
£1
Interest Rate
2.35% AER fixed on £2,000+
United Bank UK 3 Year Fixed Deposit Acc (Business & Charity) Mat
Term
3 years
Open With
£1
Interest Rate
2.35% AER fixed on £2,000+
Bank of Cyprus UK Loyalty UK 3 Year Bond Ex/C
Term
3 years
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
2.25% AER fixed
This product is only available to an existing customer who opened a Bank of Cyprus UK account, Bond or Fixed Rate Cash ISA on or before 31st October 2011.
Bank of Cyprus UK 2 Year Fixed Term Bond
Term
2 years
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
2.10% AER fixed
Bank of Cyprus UK 2 Year Fixed Term Charity Bond
Term
2 years
Open With
£2,000
Interest Rate
2.10% AER fixed
United Bank UK 2 Year Fixed Deposit Acc (Business & Charity)
Term
2 years
Open With
£1
Interest Rate
2.05% AER fixed on £2,000+
United Bank UK 2 Year Fixed Deposit Acc (Business & Charity) Mat
Term
2 years
Open With
£1
Interest Rate
2.05% AER fixed on £2,000+
Bank of Cyprus UK Loyalty UK 2 Year Bond Ex/C
Term
2 years
Open With
£1,000
Interest Rate
2% AER fixed
This product is only available to an existing customer who opened a Bank of Cyprus UK account, Bond or Fixed Rate Cash ISA on or before 31st October 2011.
Triodos Bank 36 Months Fixed Term Deposit
Term
3 years
Open With
£25,000
Interest Rate
1.7% AER fixed

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How to Find the Best Business Savings Accounts

Finding the best home for your business assets is vital if you want your company to be as profitable as possible. Opening a high interest business savings account could be the answer, here's how to pick the best savings account for your business.

If your business has a large amount of residual cash currently sitting in your business account then you may want to look for a business savings account to get a better return on your funds.

A business savings account could also prove useful for setting money aside for annual tax bills or managing your businesses finances on a day to day basis.

As with personal savings accounts, business savings accounts can come in a variety of different guises and picking the best business savings bonds will depend on your circumstances, for example if you have a small business you'll want to find the best business savings accounts for small businesses.

Here's how to get the best high interest business accounts to work your money harder.

How long do you want to invest for?

To find the right business savings account you'll need to think about how long you want to save for.

If you are going to need to access the money at short notice then you are likely to need an instant access account, this type of account will allow you to freely deposit and withdraw funds at your convenience while paying you interest on the money held in the account.

One year business savings accounts will lock your funds away for 12 months but offer a better return as a result and will tend to offer the best one year return on your business savings.

However, if you are happy to tie the business funds away for a set period then business bonds or business investment bonds may be offer better savings rates on your money.

Regardless of the type of account you are looking for, it will be the business savings accounts interest rates that will determine how profitable the account is.

Once you know how long you can tie the money up for in order to find the best account possible for your business you will need to look for the business bonds best rates for that type of account.

You can find the market leading business savings accounts and bonds in minutes using our business savings accounts comparison table so you know the money is in the best account possible. Find a few accounts with terms that suit your needs, then pick the one with the best business savings rates.

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