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Improved ISA rate from Cheshire BS is a bonus

Improved ISA rate from Cheshire BS is a bonus

Category: Savings

Updated: 02/03/2012
First Published: 02/03/2012

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With the ISA season in its early days, Cheshire BS has conducted a review of its tax efficient accounts.

The no notice option has benefited from a 0.16% rise to its bonus, taking the overall rate to a market leading 3.16%.

A review will be required at the end of September next year when the bonus expires.

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