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Suggestion for a bank

Hi, I'd like to move my current savings from postfinance to some other bank, to get more interests per year.

My annual net income is CHF 55.200

Any suggestions about it?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 31.08.2015, 15:23
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Re: Suggestion for a bank

That's brave. I couldn't be bothered with the hassle....

I'm with UBS but not even sure what interest rates they offer. I just assume it is close to 0%.
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Old 31.08.2015, 15:26
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Re: Suggestion for a bank

unless you have a huge amount of savings, the bank fees might be a bigger factor. postfinance still offer free banking if you keep over a certain amount of assets with them.
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Re: Suggestion for a bank

thanks a lot!
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Re: Suggestion for a bank

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Hi, I'd like to move my current savings from postfinance to some other bank, to get more interests per year.

My annual net income is CHF 55.200

Any suggestions about it?
Thanks in advance.
I, S. Ermotti (but don't tell anyone) would personally like to invite you to invest with UBS.
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Old 31.08.2015, 19:35
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Hi, I'd like to move my current savings from postfinance to some other bank, to get more interests per year.

My annual net income is CHF 55.200

Any suggestions about it?
Thanks in advance.
If that was 55.200 mio, it may make sense but other wise it will cost you more in fees than you'll earn in interest today !
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