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AA smoothes the road to 3.50% ISA savings

AA smoothes the road to 3.50% ISA savings

Category: Savings

Updated: 13/03/2012
First Published: 13/03/2012

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With the ISA season in full swing, AA has forced its way to the top of the cash market, with it AA Internet Access ISA now offering a rate of 3.50%.

To be eligible, the money has to be new to the institution, transactions must be made via a nominated account, and a minimum of £2.5k must be invested.

This improved rate now includes a significantly higher bonus of 3.00% for 12 months, after which time a review will be required as the rate will drop dramatically.

As transfers in are not accepted this ISA is aimed at investors who have not yet found a home for this year's tax free allowance or who are already planning ahead for the start of the 2012/13 ISA season.

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