With just over six weeks left until the end of the tax year, many savers will be turning their attentions to the ISA market.
Despite the savings sector experiencing a number of rate cuts and withdrawals over the past few months, a large number of providers have begun to review their ISA ranges in preparation for the 2012/13 ISA season.
When looking for the best variable rate ISA, take time to assess whether you want a rate that includes an introductory bonus.
Nearly half of the current top ten variable cash ISAs include hefty introductory bonuses, which boost the initial rate to attract more business. These bonuses will often account for a large portion of the overall rate.
For example, the ISA Saver (Issue 1) from Cheshire Building Society pays a rate of 2.50%, of which 2.00% is a bonus. This means that when the bonus expires on 31.7.14, the rate will revert to just 0.50%.
When opening an account with an introductory bonus,
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