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ISAs hold their own in the charts

ISAs hold their own in the charts

Category: ISAs
Date: 10/11/2015

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Leeds Building Society has reissued its competitive fixed rate ISAs, enabling them to remain in their coveted positions on the Moneyfacts charts.

The basics…

1 Year Fixed Rate ISA Issue 77 pays a competitive rate of 1.65% on maturity (2.1.17), while its two-year counterpart (Issue 72) pays 1.90% yearly until 2.1.18 and the four and five-year versions (Issue 2 and Issue 51) pay respective rates of 2.35% and 2.45% yearly (until 2.1.20 for the four-year ISA and 3.1.21 for the five-year ISA). This enables all four to hold their positions among the top 10 accounts of their respective sectors.

The finer details…

All accounts can be opened and operated in branch and by post with a minimum investment of £100.

Further additions can be made until 29.1.16, and transfers in of both cash and stocks & shares ISAs are accepted. Savers can also access their funds prior to maturity, although this will result in the loss of 60 days' interest for the one-year ISA, and 150 days, 300 days and 365 days respectively for the two, four and five-year versions. Transfers out will incur the same penalties.

Why we like them…

All of these ISAs have held their own in their respective sectors, enabling them to retain their chart places. All boast competitive rates along with the flexibility to make further additions and transfer in existing ISA savings. Savers are also likely to welcome the opportunity to access funds prior to maturity, which gives them some added control over their investment.

Moneyfacts rating: Excellent

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