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Bank on Barclays for cash ISA

Bank on Barclays for cash ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 08/03/2011
First Published: 07/03/2011

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Barclays Bank has set out its stall for this year's ISA rush with the launch of the latest issue of its Golden ISA.

With an AER of 3.25%, this offering is one of the leading no notice cash ISAs around.

The rate of 3.20% monthly includes a bonus of 1% for 12 months, meaning a review will be required in a year's time when it expires.

A definite positive, however, is the account's guarantee to follow any base rate change until 1 March 2012.

Transfers into the account are not permitted but transfers out can be made without penalty.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

Please Note: The account can be opened in branch, or online and by telephone for existing Barclays customers. Customers will receive immediate confirmation of their application when opened online. *New to bank customers can only open the account in branch.*

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