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Double ISA delight at Coventry BS

Double ISA delight at Coventry BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 05/04/2012
First Published: 05/04/2012

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Coventry BS has expanded its savings portfolio with the launch of a 60 day notice ISA and a Junior Cash ISA.

At 3.25%, both sit amongst the market leaders in their fields and with low minimum investments of just £1 should prove popular.

The Junior ISA allows transfers in of both cash and stocks and shares ISAs, while transfers out can be made without penalty.

The ISA does not allow transfers in but does allow earlier access to funds on 60 day loss of interest which is becoming rarer in the notice account market.

Both accounts have been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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