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Savings are typically geared towards short-term goals and are generally held with banks or building societies’ savings accounts. It is important you have enough money readily available should the unexpected happen. You should also plan for expenditure that you may have within the next three to five years.
We are in the unique position to be able to help you with both savings and investments. Not only can we recommend and arrange suitable savings products, but we can also transact on these accounts on a daily basis through our Branch Agency for Kent Reliance, from something as simple as paying in a cheque or withdrawing a little cash.
Whether you need access to your money instantly or if you have a lump sum you want to put away for a while, as Branch Agents we can bring you a range of savings-based accounts from Instant Access, Notice accounts and Fixed Term bonds. Kent Reliance savings products regularly feature in ‘Best Buy’ tables and offer you a competitive rate of return on your savings.
Kent Reliance provide people from across the UK with a safe place to grow their money. It’s as simple as that. They don’t offer current accounts or sell insurance; they just concentrate on offering award winning savings accounts. The result? Savings accounts that consistenly win awards voted for by their customers.
150 years ago, they began helping the people of Kent to achieve their financial dreams. Today, their savings accounts, bonds and tax-free cash ISAs win awards for letting people across the UK make the most of their money in a way that suits them.
For our latest Interest Rates, please visit www.kentreliance.co.uk.
One of the most common misconceptions of savings is thinking they are safe. This is true when considering the cover provided by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme; however not so when we take into account the effects of inflation. With interest rates at an all-time low, this risk is now even more important to consider.