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Birmingham Midshires: the ISA saver’s friend

Birmingham Midshires: the ISA saver’s friend

Category: Savings

Updated: 20/01/2010
First Published: 20/01/2010

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Birmingham Midshires has renewed acquaintances with the two year fixed rate cash ISA market with a postal account paying 3.50% yearly (3.45% monthly).

Requiring a minimum investment of just £1, the account is ideal if you're happy to transact by post.

The transfer in of previous allowances is allowed, while additional investments can be made to the account whilst the issue remains open.

In terms of getting your money out, early access and transfers out are permitted, subject to the loss of 180 days' interest in the first year and 90 days' in the second.

With the rate on offer amongst the best in its field, this account should make plenty of friends and earns four out five Moneyfacts stars.

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