Prices keep skyrocketing. In this context of high inflation, the mobile savings application Cashbee, in partnership with My Money Bank, is boosting the rate of its remunerated savings account accessible to all French savers: new users benefit from today when they register a boosted rate of 3% gross for the first 3 months, then a rate of 0.7% gross for the following months.
As a reminder, Cashbee offers a payment ceiling much higher than that of the Livret A, this subsidized rate applying up to €75,000 and the rate of 0.7% up to €1 million, when the ceiling of the Livret A is €22,950. The rate of 3% paid for the first two months is subject to the tax and social security contributions in force, while the additional remuneration for the third month is offered in the form of a Cashbee bonus, which is not not subject to taxation.
The Cashbee savings solution: a high-performance savings and investment offer that is fully accessible from a mobile phone. It makes saving simple and optimal thanks to its free and secure mobile savings solution, which allows French people to remunerate the money that is sleeping in their current account thanks to its passbook, which is one of the best remunerated on the market.
Cashbee also allows you to save better, thanks to a wide range of investments meeting the expectations of the French with responsible life insurance contracts, directly accessible and controllable from their smartphone, in free or controlled management.
According to Marc Tempelman and Cyril Garbois, co-founders of Cashbee, “At Cashbee, we strive every day to meet the expectations of French savers who want to do more and better with their money, at all times, whether it’s performance or simplicity with a fully mobile experience. By strengthening today the rate of our remunerated savings account, offered in partnership with My Money Bank, we wish to provide the French with an immediate and relevant solution in this period of inflation by offering them one of the best remunerated savings accounts on the market for their precautionary savings. »