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Product Focus: Cash ISAs

Product Focus: Cash ISAs

Category: Savings

Updated: 28/01/2010
First Published: 08/07/2009

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Cash ISAs remain many saver's first port of call as they look to capitalise on the tax free element of the product. Despite not being in the traditional ISA season, there are still some competitive rates to be found.

Manchester Building Society – Premier ISA 45 Issue 1

Manchester Building Society has just launched its market leading Premier ISA 45 paying 3.26pc, including a 0.80pc bonus for 12 months. Savers can invest between £1,000 and £43,200 into the account, which accepts transfers in. The account is operated in branch or by post and savers must give 45 days' notice to make a withdrawal.

Newcastle Building Society – Reward Saver ISA

The Reward Saver ISA from Newcastle Building Society is currently paying 3.00pc, which includes a 1.00pc bonus for 12 months. The account accepts transfers in and savers can invest up to £43,200. If access is required savers must give 120 days' notice, although earlier access is available subject to a loss of 120 days' interest.

Standard Life Bank – Cash ISA Direct Access

Standard Life Bank is currently paying a rate of 2.65pc on its Cash ISA Direct Access. Those looking for a more regular income can opt for monthly interest at a rate of 2.61pc. The account accepts transfers in and savers can invest up to £43,200. With no notice required to make a withdrawal, the account will appeal to those looking for easy access.

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