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Principality increases 2yr ISA rate 20th February 2017

Principality BS has amended a number of its fixed rate products, increasing rates by as much as 0.20%. As a result, its two-year ISA has secured its place in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earned a high rating.


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1 and 5yr ISAs enter charts 17th February 2017

Virgin Money has amended selected ISAs, which has seen its one-year deal take the number two spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector and the five-year deal make number one, both earning a high rating in the process.

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New 1yr ISA earns chart place 15th February 2017

Newcastle BS has launched a new one-year ISA, which thanks to its competitive rate has earned a high Moneyfacts rating and a place in the Best Buy chart for its sector.

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New 2-year ISA takes 2nd place 09th January 2017

Virgin Money has launched new two-year fixed bonds and ISAs, which sees its online-only ISA take over second place in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning it a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
The basics… The Virgin Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA Issue 213 pays a competitive yearly rate of 1.15%, fixed to 24.01.19. A monthly option paying 1.14% is also available.
The finer details… The ISA requires a minimum investment of just £1. Further additions are allowed for up to 30 days after account opening, and transfers in from other ISAs are also permitted. Withdrawals are allowed as well, albeit subject to 90 days' loss of interest, the same penalty as applies to transfers away. Therefore, savers should ideally make sure they will not miss their savings for the full term of this online-only deal to ensure they can take full advantage.
An alternative account which can be opened through other means is also available, offering the same rate and features.

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Easy access ISA keeps chart place 23rd December 2016

Coventry BS has reduced the rate paid on its easy access ISA, but despite this, it's managed to maintain a position in the charts and earns a high Moneyfacts rate as a result.
The basics… Easy Access ISA (5) now pays a variable rate of 0.90% yearly, which is still a top-10 rate for its terms, allowing it to comfortably maintain a place among its competitors.
The finer details… This account requires a minimum investment of just £1 and allows unlimited further additions and withdrawals, and it even permits transfers in of previous cash ISAs. It can be managed online, by post, by phone and in branch, offering convenience from every angle.

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New 5-year ISA soars to the top 01st December 2016

Virgin Money has launched new five-year fixed bonds and ISAs to complement its existing range, which has seen the ISA shoot straight to the top of the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning it a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
The basics… The five-year Virgin Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA Issue 206 pays a market-leading rate of 1.51% per year, fixed to 24.12.21. A monthly option paying 1.50% is also available.
The finer details… The ISA requires a minimum investment of just £1. Further additions are allowed for up to 30 days after account opening, and transfers in from other ISAs are also permitted. Withdrawals are allowed as well, albeit subject to 180 days' loss of interest, the same penalty as applies to transfers away. Therefore, savers should ideally make sure they will not miss their savings for the full term of this online-only deal to ensure they can take full advantage.

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Fixed ISAs retain top-10 spots 11th November 2016

Kent Reliance has reduced rates on a number of its ISAs. Nonetheless, its one and two-year deals remain competitive and thereby manage to keep their top-10 positions in their respective Best Buy charts.

The basics…

The One year fixed rate cash ISA issue 23 now boasts a rate of 0.90% yearly, while the two-year equivalent (issue 24) stands at 1.00%. Monthly options are also available.

The finer details…

Both accounts require a minimum investment of £1,000. Transfers in from other ISAs are welcome, provided requests are made within 30 days of account opening. Further additions are also permitted, as are withdrawals and transfers out, however this earlier access will result in the loss of 180 days' interest. The accounts can be opened online, by post or in branch and then managed in the same way as well as by phone.

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Nottingham extends 2-year ISA 10th November 2016

Nottingham BS has launched a new issue of its two-year cash ISA, enabling it to keeps its place in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high Moneyfacts rating.

The basics…

The two-year Fixed Rate ISA Issue 23 pays a yearly rate of 1.00%, fixed to 31.1.19.

The finer details…

The ISA requires a minimum investment of £500. Further additions and transfers in from other ISAs are permitted whilst the issue remains open. Withdrawals are not allowed, and early access is subject to closure of the account and 180 days' loss of interest, the same penalty as applies to transfers away. Savers should make sure they will not miss their savings for the full term of this branch-based deal to ensure they can take full advantage.

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Aldermore’s excellent 1-yr fixed ISA 26th October 2016

Aldermore has reduced the rate on its one-year cash ISA. Despite this, the deal remains competitive enough for a place in the Best Buy chart for its sector, while also meriting a high rating.
The basics… The 1 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA now pays a rate of 0.95%, which is still a top-10 rate for its term. A monthly version is also available, paying a slightly reduced rate.
The finer details… The ISA requires a minimum investment of £1,000. Further additions are allowed, as are transfers in from other ISAs when arranged within 10 business days. Withdrawals are permitted through a nominated account, but it should be noted that this early access is subject to 120 days' loss of interest. The account can be opened and operated online, by post and over the phone.

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AA retains place in variable ISA chart 21st October 2016

AA has reduced rates on some of its ISAs. Despite this, its variable rate deal has managed to keep a place in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning it a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
The basics… The AA ISA - Easy Access Issue 7 now pays a rate of 0.95%, which includes a fixed bonus of 0.75% for the first 12 months.
The finer details… The account must be opened and operated online, and requires a minimum investment of just £100. It permits unlimited withdrawals, provided they are of at least £10 and made through a linked account. Further additions and transfers in from other ISAs are also permitted.

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