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Best Easy Access Savings Rates Increased to 3.5% by Marcus, Zopa, and Chip

In the current financial climate, finding a high-interest savings account is a top priority for many savers.

Fortunately, there is good news for those seeking the best easy access savings rates, with three major providers offering an increase in interest rates.

Overview

Marcus, Zopa, and Chip are the three financial providers that have increased their interest rates for easy access savings accounts.

Marcus offers a rate of 3.5%, while Zopa and Chip are offering 3.4%.

This increase in interest rates is great news for savers who want to earn more on their money while keeping it accessible.

Details

Marcus, the online bank operated by Goldman Sachs, is offering the highest interest rate of 3.5% on its easy access savings account.

This rate is available to both new and existing customers.

Zopa, the peer-to-peer lending platform, and Chip, the automatic savings app, are both offering a rate of 3.4% on their easy access savings accounts.

Zopa’s rate is available to both new and existing customers, while Chip’s rate is only available to new customers.

Wrapping Up

If you’re looking for a high-interest savings account that offers easy access to your money, now is a great time to consider Marcus, Zopa, or Chip.

With interest rates of up to 3.5%, these providers are offering some of the best rates available on the market.

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