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Leeds BS reveals new fixed rate ISAs

Leeds BS reveals new fixed rate ISAs

Category: Savings

Updated: 19/03/2009
First Published: 19/03/2009

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Leeds BS has revealed a new range of fixed rate ISAs with rates and withdrawal options that will make them hard to beat.

With the two year fixed rate ISA paying 3.15% yearly, the three year paying 3.25% yearly and the five year paying 3.50% yearly, there should be something for everyone.

A minimum investment of £1 makes them accessible to all, while additional payments and transfers in are welcome too.

Each allows penalty free access to up to 25% of the investment, with further withdrawals permitted for the loss of 120 days' interest on the two and three year products and 180 days on the five year product.

As an attractive proposition all round, this range fully deserves its four out five Moneyfacts stars.

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