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Fix for three with C&G

Fix for three with C&G

Category: Savings

Updated: 03/03/2011
First Published: 03/03/2011

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Cheltenham & Gloucester has extended its ISA range with the launch of a competitive new three year account.

The 3 Year Fixed Rate ISA pays a rate of 3.95% yearly (3.88% monthly) on a minimum investment of £100, maturing on 29 April 2014.

Earlier access and transfers out are subject to 120 days' loss of interest.

Additions for the 2010/11 tax year are allowed until 5 April 2011 and then additions for the 2011/12 tax year are allowed until 27 May 2011. Transfers in are also accepted.

At 3.95%, this three year offering is within the top five ISAs for its term and also offers a competitive monthly option and great flexibility.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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