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Halifax makes an ISA change for the positive

Halifax makes an ISA change for the positive

Category: Savings

Updated: 17/12/2012
First Published: 16/03/2011

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Halifax has increased the rate paid on its four year fixed rate ISA for the second time this month.

The 4 Year Fixed Rate ISA Saver now pays an increased rate of 4.40 (+0.10%). All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.

Now paying 4.40%, it equals the top paying rates for a similar term. Earlier access is permitted on closure only on 180 days' loss of interest and transfers in of previous years' ISA allowances are allowed, which are both positive features.

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