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Derbyshire launches top ISA rates

Derbyshire launches top ISA rates

Category: ISAs

Updated: 11/02/2013
First Published: 11/02/2013

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Derbyshire Building Society has reviewed its fixed rate cash ISA range, with the rate increasing on the two-year option and the launch of new three and four-year options.

The basics…

Savers have a range of options to choose from to suit their individual savings requirements:

The one-year fixed rate cash ISA pays 2.05% (Issue 62), the two-year (Issue 63) 2.35%, the three-year (Issue 64) 2.55% and the four-year (Issue 65) 2.70%.

The finer details….

For all accounts, transfers in are accepted, but earlier access will incur up to 320 days' loss of interest depending on the term of the account.

Savers must invest at least £100 to access these rates.

Why we like it….

This ISA review from Derbyshire Building Society sees an increased rate on the existing two-year fixed rate cash ISA and the launch of new three and four-year options. All accounts offer the top rates for their respective terms. For those looking to fix and make the most of their tax-free savings, these cash ISAs should prove highly popular and as such have been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts Stars.

As Derbyshire BS falls under the Nationwide brand, these accounts are also available through Cheshire BS, Nationwide BS and Dunfermline BS.

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