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Nationwide reveals hearty fixed rate ISA

Nationwide reveals hearty fixed rate ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 11/06/2010
First Published: 11/06/2010

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Nationwide BS has launched a three year fixed rate ISA sure to set hearts aflutter.

For savers looking to invest over the medium term, a market leading rate of 4.00% is a lovely option to have.

In order to get the full tax benefit, savers will have to try and invest for the full three year term, as earlier access to funds will result in the closure of the account, and result in the loss of the ISA tax incentive.

A minimum investment of £1 is required, while transfers in are permitted too.

Four Moneyfacts stars out of five are a well deserved reward.

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