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Sainsbury’s Bank enhances top tax-free rate

Sainsbury’s Bank enhances top tax-free rate

Category: ISAs

Updated: 19/12/2012
First Published: 17/09/2012

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Sainsbury's Bank has unveiled its latest cash ISA deal which sits comfortably amongst the market leaders.

The basics…

This new deal offers a competitive ISA rate of 3.01% on its anniversary, to savers with a minimum deposit of £500.

The finer details….

Funds can be accessed without advance notice and transfers in are accepted. The account is available to investors aged 18 and over and can be operated by telephone and online.

Why we like it…

This ISA account offers a good all round deal to savers looking for a competitive tax-free investment. Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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