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    • Kazza242
    • By Kazza242 14th Mar 07, 10:18 PM
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    New Cash ISAs (NISAs): The Best Currently Available List
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    • 14th Mar 07, 10:18 PM
    New Cash ISAs (NISAs): The Best Currently Available List 14th Mar 07 at 10:18 PM
    New Cash ISAs (NISAs): The Best Currently Available List


    **Please note: The list of ISAs I have compiled below is continually updated. New ISAs are added as they launch and withdrawn ISAs will be removed from the list. Updates to the list are made during the evening.**

    The current New Cash ISA (NISA) limit is £20,000 for the 2017/18 tax year.

    **As with any financial product, before opening a NISA do ensure that you have read and understood the terms and conditions.**

    • Variable Rate Cash NISAs for 'new money' only (i.e. they don't accept transfers in):

    • Scottish BS Loyalty Cash ISA - 1.55%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 04/10/2016.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: Available to existing customers holding an ISA with the Society before the tax year 2010/11, (1.35% is paid to customers holding an ISA in tax years 2010/11 & 2011/12 and 1.15% for tax years 2012/13 & 2013/14 and 1.05% for 2014/15 & 2015/16).

    • The Melton BS Cash ISA - 1.00%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 01/08/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £25. Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: Available to residents of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire or Rutland or to customers who have been members with the Society for 5 years or more.


      Variable Rate Cash NISAs for 'new money' only requiring notice to be given:

    • Melton Mowbray BS [60 Days' Notice] Cash ISA - 1.30%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 01/05/2016.
      Minimum deposit: £25. Operated via: Branch or Post
      Notes: 60 days' notice of withdrawal required. Available to existing members (of the Society of 5 years or more) and or locals living in Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire or Rutland.

    • Hinckley and Rugby BS 120 Day Notice Cash ISA - 1.20%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 20/04/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £500. Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: 120 days' notice of withdrawal required.

    • Earl Shilton BS [90 Days' Notice] Cash ISA - 1.15%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 01/11/2016.
      Minimum deposit: £10. Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: 90 days' notice of withdrawal required.



      Fixed Rate Cash NISAs for 'new money' only (i.e. they don't accept transfers in):


      Variable Rate Cash NISAs that accept transfers in:

    • Shawbrook Bank Easy Access Cash ISA Account (issue 1) - 1.10%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 16/11/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1,000. Operated via: Internet or Telephone.

    • Post Office Online ISA Easy Access (issue 11) - 1.07%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 05/10/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £100. Operated via: Internet.

    • AA Easy Access ISA (issue 13) - 1.06%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 11/10/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Internet.

    • Sainsbury's Bank Cash ISA - 1.06%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 21/09/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £500. Operated via: Internet or Telephone.

    • Coventry BS Easy Access Cash ISA (6) - 1.05%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 08/09/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Branch, Internet, Post or Telephone.

    • Skipton BS Online Cash ISA Plus - 1.02%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 25/08/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Internet.
      Important: Rate includes a 0.27% bonus for 12 months.

    • Skipton BS Cash ISA Plus - 1.02%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 25/08/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Important: Rate includes a 0.27% bonus for 12 months.

    • Family BS Flexible ISA (1) - 1.01%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 11/11/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £500. Operated via: Branch, Internet, Post or Telephone.

    • National Counties BS Easy Access Cash ISA (2nd issue) - 1.01%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 11/11/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Branch, Internet, Post or Telephone.
      Notes: Available to National Counties customers as at 01/12/2016 only.

    • Tesco Instant Access Cash ISA - 1.01%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 11/08/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Internet, Mobile app or Telephone.
      Important: Rate includes a 0.51% bonus for 12 months.



      Variable Rate Cash NISAs with withdrawal restrictions & accepting transfers in:

      N/A


      Variable Rate Cash NISAs requiring notice to be given & accepting transfers in:

      In order to withdraw from or transfer a notice cash ISA you do need to give the required number of days notice. Failing to do so, usually incurs a loss of interest penalty. If you are choosing a notice ISA please ensure you are able to meet the notice period.

    • National Counties BS 45 Day Notice Cash ISA (issue 5) - 1.25%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 11/11/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £30,000 (to qualify for the higher rate). Operated via: Branch, Internet, Post or Telephone.
      Notes: 45 days' notice of withdrawal required. 1.15% is paid on balances totalling £15,000 - £29,999 and 1.05% on £3,000 - £14,999.
      Available to National Counties customers as at 01/12/2016 only.

    • Al Rayan Bank 120 Day Notice Cash ISA - 1.20%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 31/05/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £250. Operated via: Branch, Internet, Mobile App, Post or Telephone.
      Notes: 120 days' notice of withdrawal required.

    • Family BS 35 Day Notice Cash ISA (1) - 1.20%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 11/11/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £3,000. Operated via: Branch, Internet, Post or Telephone.
      Notes: 35 days' notice of withdrawal required.

    • Al Rayan Bank 60 Day Notice Cash ISA - 1.00%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 16/03/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £250. Operated via: Branch, Internet, Mobile App, Post or Telephone.
      Notes: 60 days' notice of withdrawal required.



      Fixed Rate Cash NISAs that accept transfers in:

      If you are choosing a fixed rate cash ISA - do ensure that you can leave the money untouched until the ISA matures, as making a withdrawal or transferring out before maturity will usually incur a loss of interest penalty.


      1 Year Fixes:

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA (issue 295) - 1.41%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 24/12/2018.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 326) - 1.41%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 15/11/2018.

    • Norwich and Peterborough BS Fixed Rate ISA - 1.40%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed for one year from account opening date.

    • AA Fixed Rate ISA (issue 13) - 1.36%
      Minimum deposit: £500.
      Notes: Fixed for one year from account opening.

    • Charter Savings Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.36%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for one year from account opening.

    • Aldermore Fixed Rate ISA - 1.35%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for one year from account opening.

    • Al Rayan Bank 12 Month Fixed Term Deposit Cash ISA - 1.35%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for one year from account opening.

    • Hodge Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.35%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for one year from account opening.


      14 Month Fixes:

      N/A


      2 Year Fixes:

    • Charter Savings Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.72%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for two years from account opening.

    • Al Rayan Bank 24 Month Fixed Term Deposit Cash ISA - 1.70%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for two years from account opening.

    • Chelsea BS Cash ISA Fixed Rate E-ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed until 31/12/2019.

    • Yorkshire BS Cash ISA Fixed Rate E-ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed until 31/12/2019.

    • Aldermore Fixed Rate ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for two years from account opening.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA (issue 289) - 1.55%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 24/11/2019.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 321) - 1.55%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 15/11/2019.


      3 Year Fixes:

    • Leeds BS Fixed Rate ISA (issue 57) - 1.85%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed until 03/01/2021.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA (issue 290) - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 24/11/2020.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 322) - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 15/11/2020.

    • Chelsea BS Cash ISA Fixed Rate E-ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed until 31/12/2020.

    • Yorkshire BS Cash ISA Fixed Rate E-ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed until 31/12/2020.

    • Aldermore Fixed Rate ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for three years from account opening.

    • Hodge Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for three years from account opening.

    • West Brom BS Fixed Rate ISA - 1.65%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed until 30/11/2020.


      4 Year Fixes:

    • United Trust Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 2.00%
      Minimum deposit: £5,000.
      Notes: Fixed for four years from account opening. Transfers in only.

    • Marsden BS Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 75) - 1.80%
      Minimum deposit: £5,000.
      Notes: Fixed until 01/03/2021.


      5 Year Fixes:

    • United Trust Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 2.20%
      Minimum deposit: £5,000.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening. Transfers in only.

    • Coventry BS Fixed Rate ISA (issue 49) - 2.15%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 30/11/2022.

    • Charter Savings Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 2.11%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening.

    • Leeds BS Fixed Rate ISA (issue 69) - 2.05%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed until 02/01/2023.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA (issue 291) - 2.00%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 24/11/2022.

    • Virgin Money Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 323) - 2.00%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed until 15/11/2022.

    • Dudley BS Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 2.00%
      Minimum deposit: £100.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening date.

    • West Brom BS Fixed Rate ISA - 2.00%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed until 30/11/2022.

    • Paragon Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.95%
      Minimum deposit: £500.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening.

    • Hodge Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.95%
      Minimum deposit: £1,000.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening.

    • Skipton BS Online Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.80%
      Minimum deposit: £500.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening.

    • Skipton BS Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.80%
      Minimum deposit: £500.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening.

    • Metro Bank Fixed Rate Cash ISA - 1.75%
      Minimum deposit: £1.
      Notes: Fixed for five years from account opening.



      Help to Buy ISAs:

      Help to Buy ISAs are open to first time buyers. You can save up to £1,200 in the first month and then up to £200 per month thereafter. If you miss a monthly contribution you don't get penalised though you cannot make it up the next month.

      The Government will contribute a 25% tax-free top-up to the whatever balance is in your ISA at the point when you use it for a deposit. You must have saved at least £1,600 to qualify for the Government top-up and you can only receive a maximum top-up of £3,000 (on your £12,000 balance).

    • Penrith BS Help to Buy: ISA - 3.00%
      Minimum deposit: £1. Min - Max monthly deposit: £0 - £200.
      Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: Open the account with a minimum of £1 up to £1,200 - this must be received within the first calendar month of account funding.
      It is available only available to those living in Cumbria only.

    • Tipton & Coseley BS Help to Buy: ISA - 2.75%
      Minimum deposit: £10. Min - Max monthly deposit: £0 - £200.
      Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: Open the account with a minimum of £10 up to £1,200 - this must be received within the first month of account opening.

    • Darlington BS Help to Buy: ISA - 2.55%
      Minimum deposit: £1. Min - Max monthly deposit: £0 - £200.
      Operated via: Branch Agency or Post.
      Notes: Open the account with a minimum of £1 up to £1,200 - this must be received within the first calendar month of account funding.
      To open this ISA, you must also be living in the Society’s local postcode operating area (DL, DH, SR, TS, YO or HG).

    • Barclays Help to Buy: ISA - 2.27%
      Minimum deposit: £1. Min - Max monthly deposit: £0 - £200.
      Operated via: Branch, Internet, Mobile App or Telephone.
      Notes: Open the account with a minimum of £1 up to £1,200 - this must be received within the first calendar month of account funding.

    • Buckinghamshire BS Help to Buy: ISA (issue 2) - 2.25%
      Minimum deposit: £1. Min - Max monthly deposit: £0 - £200.
      Operated via: Branch or Post.
      Notes: Open the account with a minimum of £1 up to £1,200 - this must be received within the first month of account opening.



      Lifetime ISAs:

      Lifetime ISAs are available to savers aged 18 to 39. They allow up to £4,000 per tax year to be saved up to the age of 50 and they receive a 25% government bonus up to £1,000 per year to help with buying a first home and/or saving for retirement.

    • Skipton BS Cash Lifetime ISA - 0.75%
      Rate guarantee? No. Rate effective from: 04/12/2017.
      Minimum deposit: £1. Operated via: Internet.



      Regular Savings Cash NISAs:


      N/A


    All rates are subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms before investing.

    If you can think of an NISA I have missed please do send me a PM.
    Last edited by Kazza242; 08-12-2017 at 4:05 PM. Reason: List updated...
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    • lucky77
    • By lucky77 22nd Jan 17, 9:31 PM
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    lucky77
    All variable rate cash Nisas that accept transfers in mentioned in first post have reduced rates or in.case of Family Building Society, been withdrawn.
    • badger09
    • By badger09 10th Feb 17, 12:06 PM
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    badger09
    All variable rate cash Nisas that accept transfers in mentioned in first post have reduced rates or in.case of Family Building Society, been withdrawn.
    Originally posted by lucky77
    Indeed.

    It doesn't look as though Kazza242 is updating this thread

    If that's the case, it should be made clear on the first page. I'll PM her.
    • badger09
    • By badger09 10th Feb 17, 12:15 PM
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    badger09
    Kazza's inbox is full.

    Hope she's ok and just too busy
    • nettleby
    • By nettleby 21st Feb 17, 2:19 PM
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    nettleby
    I always check this thread before saving in an ISA, and was surprised to find it wallowing on page 3

    Like you, I hope Kazza is ok and whatever, have been very grateful for all his hard work keeping this thread updated over the years.
    Megan
    • G_M
    • By G_M 22nd Feb 17, 12:15 AM
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    G_M
    National Counties BS 45 Day Notice Cash ISA (issue 5)
    Available to existing customers only


    Family BS [35 Days' Notice] Cash ISA (1)
    Higher rate dropping to 0.9% on 17/3/17
    • veryintrigued
    • By veryintrigued 3rd Mar 17, 12:26 PM
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    veryintrigued
    Chuffed that Kazza is OK and updating this thread.

    Thanks Kazza
    • badger09
    • By badger09 3rd Mar 17, 12:39 PM
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    badger09
    Chuffed that Kazza is OK and updating this thread.

    Thanks Kazza
    Originally posted by veryintrigued
    ^^^^^

    Hope she also finds time to empty her inbox
    • Rich2808
    • By Rich2808 6th Mar 17, 2:15 PM
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    Rich2808
    Seems Al Rayan bank have cut the expected profit rate on their one year fixed rate isa from 1.36% to 1.09%.

    They will also be cutting the rate on their 120 day notice isa – now closed to new investors – from 1.55% to 1.2% - from 18 July. The only positive at least is that they give you 120 days notice plus another 14 days – notice of the rate drop.

    https://www.alrayanbank.co.uk/savings/isas/fixed-term-deposit-cash-isa/

    Also has anyone with a 40 day notice isa with Yorkshire or Clydesdale bank checked their online banking today – my account and balance has disappeared! I am assuming this is while they convert it to the new instant access isa paying 0.5% - from the up to 1.25% available until yesterday on the 40 day notice isa. I hope that’s the case anyway!
    • Kazza242
    • By Kazza242 15th Mar 17, 5:14 PM
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    Kazza242
    First post updated...
    Hello Everyone,

    I hope everyone's OK. I have been updating the thread, though some ISA providers have been offering new ISAs for only a few days and then withdrawing them, so there's been a lot of work keeping up with all the frequent changes.

    The first post has been updated.
    Please call me 'Kazza'.
    • Space Captain
    • By Space Captain 20th Mar 17, 8:49 PM
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    Space Captain
    My 2 year fix is finishing soon so looking at the Principality BS Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 167) - 1.26% . Never heard of them before though.
    • welshmoneylover
    • By welshmoneylover 20th Mar 17, 9:32 PM
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    welshmoneylover
    My 2 year fix is finishing soon so looking at the Principality BS Fixed Rate Cash ISA (issue 167) - 1.26% . Never heard of them before though.
    Originally posted by Space Captain
    Been with them for years, they are very thorough and efficient, never had a problem and that's exactly who I have gone with, hth
    Be happy, it's the greatest wealth
    • SallySunshine
    • By SallySunshine 23rd Mar 17, 9:55 AM
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    SallySunshine
    Just had word this a.m. my Clydesdale 2yr fix at 2.1% is ending in April and have been offered the 1yr fix for 0.75% or go mad and fix for 5yrs at 1.25%.

    Decidedly underwhelmed!
    • veryintrigued
    • By veryintrigued 23rd Mar 17, 6:09 PM
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    veryintrigued
    Rumour is that Notts BS will be launching a 2.25% Regular Saver. With up to 2000 being able to be deposited in April.

    Great news.

    I'll go get my tin hat now for Colstens annual criticism of me.
    • adindas
    • By adindas 23rd Mar 17, 10:43 PM
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    adindas
    ISA Flexibility with NW Flexclusive ISA
    I have NW Flexclusive ISA from previous tax years (2015 and earlier) but because the interest rate is too low, about August last year I moved it to higher interest current account taking advantages of cash ISA flexibility. I am planning to put it back into NW Flexclusive ISA to retain its ISA status on Wednesday April 5 (the last day of 206-2017 tax year) using FP.

    I have NW FP many times it will arrive to NW account in a matter of seconds. On Thursday April 6, 2017 (the first day of 2017-2018 taxyears) I will move it out to higher interest current account. I want to keep its ISA status.

    - Is there any problem with this plan ?
    - Is there any known pitfalls for doing this with very tight schedule ?

    Thanks
    • masonic
    • By masonic 24th Mar 17, 6:44 AM
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    masonic
    I have NW FP many times it will arrive to NW account in a matter of seconds. On Thursday April 6, 2017 (the first day of 2017-2018 taxyears) I will move it out to higher interest current account. I want to keep its ISA status.

    - Is there any problem with this plan ?
    - Is there any known pitfalls for doing this with very tight schedule ?
    Originally posted by adindas
    I'm not taking the risk of leaving it to the last possible day to replace the ISA money. Banking problems do happen from time to time. I'll be doing mine a couple of days before to be on the safe side.

    There is no problem with your plan, other than the slight risk the transfer might be delayed if you are extremely unlucky.
    • ctdctd
    • By ctdctd 24th Mar 17, 7:29 AM
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    ctdctd
    I have NW FP many times it will arrive to NW account in a matter of seconds. On Thursday April 6, 2017 (the first day of 2017-2018 taxyears) I will move it out to higher interest current account. I want to keep its ISA status.

    - Is there any problem with this plan ?
    - Is there any known pitfalls for doing this with very tight schedule ?
    Originally posted by adindas
    I'd do it with maybe 3 working days spare in case of any problems such as:-
    FP could be delayed on the day you try it - bank websites are not 100% reliable.
    The amount could trigger a security check - especially if it's a new payee.
    The amount could be above your bank daily FP threshold.
    Your internet connection could go wrong.
    You could forget your bank password (oh, only me then!)

    and so on!
    Do Money Saving sites make you buy more bargains - and spend more money?
    • Rich2808
    • By Rich2808 27th Mar 17, 3:08 AM
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    Rich2808
    Rumour is that Notts BS will be launching a 2.25% Regular Saver. With up to 2000 being able to be deposited in April.

    Great news.

    I'll go get my tin hat now for Colstens annual criticism of me.
    Originally posted by veryintrigued
    That's good news - branch based I assume?

    I got an advance maturity letter for my 3 per cent Saffron BS 12 month regular saver ISA on Friday. No sign of another regular saver ISA from them.

    The letter Informed me that on maturity it would be moving my funds into a flexible ISA paying a whopping 0.25 per cent - accompanied by a glossy three page leaflet explaining amongst other things than in 12 months if I invested £1000 I would hsve warned a whole £2.50 in interest tax free!

    Somehow think I won't be taking advantage of that offer!
    • veryintrigued
    • By veryintrigued 28th Mar 17, 4:14 PM
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    veryintrigued
    That's good news - branch based I assume?
    Originally posted by Rich2808
    Yes


    I got an advance maturity letter for my 3 per cent Saffron BS 12 month regular saver ISA on Friday.
    Originally posted by Rich2808
    Still waiting mine.


    No sign of another regular saver ISA from them.
    Originally posted by Rich2808
    They definitely aren't launching one.
    • adindas
    • By adindas 28th Mar 17, 5:08 PM
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    adindas
    Yes
    They definitely aren't launching one.
    Originally posted by veryintrigued
    How did you know that. Normally Saffron offer will match Nottingham BS.
    • liver-bird
    • By liver-bird 28th Mar 17, 6:03 PM
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    liver-bird
    Really? I'll be gutted if so!

    Done theirs as my new one for several years now. Great as you can open by post.

    Not impressed with their Maturity ISA at 0.25% though as Rich2808 said!

    Already got another one from previous years maturity on 14/4 so looks like I am going to be busy trying to find something half decent, or more than one maybe
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