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AA launches 3.50% Postal ISA

AA launches 3.50% Postal ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 22/03/2012
First Published: 22/03/2012

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AA has launched a new postal ISA that offers savers a top rate of 3.50%.

The AA Postal ISA pays a yearly rate of 3.50% including a 3.00% bonus for 12 months, on a minimum investment of £2.5K.

Money must be new to AA, additions are allowed and transfers can be made out without penalty. Transfers in are not accepted.

At 3.50%, it pays a market-leading rate for a no notice cash ISA so should prove popular with investors looking for a home for this year's allowance.

A review will be required after 12 months when the hefty 3.00% bonus expires.

Five out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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