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Make it a double with Yorkshire Bank

Make it a double with Yorkshire Bank

Category: Savings

Updated: 02/03/2010
First Published: 02/03/2010

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Yorkshire Bank has launched two new ISA products that are amongst the best in their class.

The Cash ISA – Fixed Rate Bond (Issue 2) matures on 31.3.11 with a minimum investment of £2K paying 3.00% on maturity.

The Cash ISA – Fixed Rate Bond (Issue 3) is a fixed term cash ISA maturing 31.3.15 with a minimum investment of £2K paying 5.00% on maturity.

For both accounts: one payment allowed per tax year 2009/10 and 2010/11 whilst issue remains open until 30.4.10.

Earlier closure and transfers out subject to a penalty (minimum £30): 1-91 days to maturity 45 day loss of interest; 92-181 days to maturity, 90 day loss of interest; 182-273 days to maturity, 135 day loss of interest and more than 273 days to maturity, 180 day loss of interest.

Transfers in accepted as part of the account opening. Both products are also available at Clydesdale Bank branches

With the start of the ISA season now in full swing, both bonds offer a highly competitive rate, especially the five year deal, which leads its market.

Both products have been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

Compare cash ISAs or you should take a look at our best sellers savings accounts

Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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