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Best Buys: Fixed rate bonds of 4 years and over

Best Buys: Fixed rate bonds of 4 years and over
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If you have a certain amount of savings money going spare, investing a lump sum in a fixed rate account will guarantee good returns – just as long as you can wait patiently for it to mature! Here are some of the best fixed rate bonds on the market at the moment

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