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Current accounts

Any current account UK interest rate will be a factor that will influence which bank or building society you go with. Apart from the inertia of moving from your old supplier, there is more to a current account than just an interest rate. Consider potential charges for a current account and the factors such as managing your account online and whether you will have charges levied from the use of cashpoints that are not in the banks network.

There are a range of very good providers with good interest rates, but you will need to compare as some have a range of accounts that you could be offered. Remember also to check for things like an overdraft facility and charges related to this. Check out our directory below and compare the big names against each other.

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