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Manchester BS relaunches popular Premier ISA

Manchester BS relaunches popular Premier ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 07/07/2009
First Published: 07/07/2009

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Manchester BS has relaunched its Premier ISA account – a cracking result for savers.

The 45 day notice Cash ISA pays a yearly rate of 3.26% on a minimum investment of £1K. The rate includes a 0.80% bonus for 12 months.

Transfers out are subject to 45 days' notice, while no early access is permitted. Transfers in are allowed.

The relaunch is good news for investors keen for a high return on their tax free allowance, which, at 3.26%, this ISA offers in abundance.

Investors will have to remember the 45 day notice period if they want to get their hands on the money, while a financial review after the 12 month bonus period would be sensible.

The Premier ISA account has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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