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Product focus: No notice Cash ISAs

Product focus: No notice Cash ISAs

Category: Savings

Updated: 19/01/2010
First Published: 18/01/2010

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The 2010 ISA season is officially underway and savers looking for a tax free account have plenty to choose from. A host of accounts allow savers to access funds without advance notice, which may appeal to those looking for short term access to their cash. Here are the current top three no notice cash ISAs.

Standard Life Cash Savings – Cash ISA Direct Access

This account pays a rate of 2.65pc on its anniversary. A monthly interest option is also available at 2.61pc. A minimum deposit of just £1 is required. All withdrawals need to be made by BACS payment and transfers in are accepted. The account can be operated by telephone or online by savers aged 16 and over.

Barclays Bank – Golden ISA

Barclays Bank's Golden ISA account pays a monthly rate of 2.55pc on the first working day of the month. A minimum deposit of £1 is required. Transfers in are not accepted. The account can be operated by savers aged 16 in branch, by telephone or online. Existing Barclays Bank customers can apply for this account either by telephone or online.

Egg – Egg Cash ISA 2

This account pays a rate of 2.50pc on its anniversary. A minimum deposit of £1 is required. All withdrawals must be made by either BACS, CHAPS or transfer. Additional allowance is not allowed for savers aged 50 and over. Transfers in are not accepted. The account is available to savers aged 16 and over and can be operated online only.

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