Top current accounts unpacked as Britons warned interest rates are ‘quite pitiful’


    However, she also pointed towards Added Value Current Accounts which may entice certain savers depending on their circumstances.

    The Virgin Money Club M Account, for example, offers 2.02 percent on balances up to £1,000, but has a monthly fee of £14.50.

    Monzo, Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Bank follow closely behind with 1.50 percent offerings, but different terms.

    With Monzo Premium, the interest is available on balances up to £2,000, but with a £15 monthly fee.

    The Bank of Scotland Vantage Platinum Account may be enticing as the interest can be clinched up to £5,000 – but there is a £21 fee per month.

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