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first direct first past the Cash ISA post

first direct first past the Cash ISA post

Category: Savings

Updated: 09/02/2010
First Published: 09/02/2010

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first direct is first past the post again with its new no notice Cash ISA.

Requiring a minimum investment of just £1, Cash e-ISA offers a guaranteed rate of 2.72% (2.75% AER) until 31 August 2011.

With the rate reverting to the standard ISA rate (currently 0.20%) once the guarantee period comes to an end, investors will need to review their position at that time.

Transfers in are permitted from other providers, while transfers out are allowed without penalty.

Enjoying its status as market leader amongst no notice ISAs, this account has been rewarded four out of five Moneyfacts.

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