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Santander improves fixed rate ISAs

Santander improves fixed rate ISAs

Category: Savings

Updated: 10/03/2011
First Published: 10/03/2011

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Santander has reviewed its fixed rate ISAs for the better.

Rates have been increased by up to 0.20%, with the Two Year Fixed Rate Postal ISA paying 3.70% now a market leader for its term.

The Loyalty Flexible ISA paying 3.50% also leads its particular field, while the Flexible ISA at 3.30% is just shy of the top spot in the no notice ISA market.

Neither the Loyalty ISA nor the Flexible ISA allow transfers in, so are aimed at those who have yet to use this year's allowance or are planning for next year's allowance.

With Santander continuing to offer a highly competitive range of tax-free ISA deals, four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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