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Aldermore takes top ISA marks

Aldermore takes top ISA marks

Category: Savings

Updated: 17/02/2012
First Published: 15/02/2012

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Aldermore has revamped its short-term savings range to startling effect.

The rates on its one year fixed rate accounts have been increased, with the ISA option now paying 3.35% yearly (3.30% monthly) and the standard account now paying 3.55% yearly (3.49% monthly).

However, it is the introduction of its new 60 Day Notice Cash ISA that really catches the eye.

Paying 3.15% yearly (3.11% monthly), the ISA is a market leader in the variable ISA market for both this year's investment and those looking to transfer previous years' allowance.

It also has the added bonus of allowing earlier access to the funds, albeit on the loss of 60 days' interest.

The ISA requires a minimum investment of £1K, with the rate guaranteed to be at least 1.75% above base rate until 1 March 2013.

A top notch ISA to complete an excellent all round range of savings accounts, Aldermore has been awarded the maximum five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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