Welcome to this week's Money in a Minute, your weekly rundown of the best new personal finance deals to hit the market. Our unbiased and impartial research team have scoured this week's new arrivals to pick out the very best products, and have delivered two cracking savings rates and a couple of eye-catching mortgages. As usual, the deals are described in technical detail and analysis which you know you can rely on. Savings
Barclays Bank - Product details
The latest ISA product review from Barclays Bank sees the launch of the ISA Saver. Paying a rate of 2.00%, including a bonus of 0.50% for twelve months, this is a good deal for those looking for a tax-free investment. Savers must bear in mind that the bonus rate will fall away after the initial twelve months however.
Northern Rock - Product details
This new fixed rate ISA pays a highly competitive rate of 4.26% to 27.7.14 for savers with a minimum investment of £500. Unlike many fixed rate deals, savers can access their funds early if they wish, but must bear in mind that they will incur a penalty of 120 days' loss of interest.
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Halifax - Product details
This latest two year product from Halifax has secured its place amongst the other short-term market leaders. Offering a great rate of 2.99% to borrowers with a 40% deposit, this deal has plenty of appealing features such as incentives for remortgage customers and flexible features of overpayments, underpayments and payment holidays.
Yorkshire Building Society - Product details
This new two year fixed product for first-time buyers offers a great overall package for borrowers with a deposit of 10% or more. Designed to help keep initial costs to a minimum, this deal offers a good rate and a very generous incentives package which should please those taking their first steps onto the housing ladder.
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