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Newcastle BS reveals Premier league ISA

Newcastle BS reveals Premier league ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 05/04/2011
First Published: 04/04/2011

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Newcastle Building Society has unveiled its Premier ISA paying a flat rate of 4.40%.

Requiring a minimum investment of £500, this fixed term cash ISA matures on 11 April 2016, a five year term.

Early access to funds and transfers out are allowed on the loss of 120 days' interest, while transfers in are permitted and additional investments are welcome while the issue remains open.

The new Super ISA, meanwhile, requires the lower minimum investment of £1 and pays 3.00% yearly.

A fixed term variable rate cash ISA, this deal matures on 17 September 2012.

Early access and transfers out are allowed on the loss of 60 days' interest, while transfers in and additional investments are permitted.

The Super Saver, which is effectively the Super ISA minus the ISA wrapper, pays the same rate and has the same features.

For an excellent range of savings deals, Newcastle BS earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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