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Skipton BS unveils long-term ISA

Skipton BS unveils long-term ISA

Category: ISAs

Updated: 05/02/2013
First Published: 05/02/2013

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Skipton Building Society has launched a highly competitive fixed-rate ISA available to savers with deposits of £500 and over.

The basics…

This account pays an annual rate of 2.50%, with a monthly interest option also available at 2.47%.

The finer details….

Further additions can be made whilst the issue remains open and funds can be accessed on account closure, subject to a 180 day loss of interest penalty.

Transfers in are accepted. The account is available to investors aged 16 and over and can be operated in branch or by telephone.

Why we like it….

This attractive tax-free account should prove popular with savers looking to lock their money away for a five year period.

What next?

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