a question about a 2-year fixed ISA

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in ISAs & Tax-free Savings
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in ISAs & Tax-free Savings
I've recently opened a 2-year fixed ISA.
Can I can pay new money into it for 2 years or would I have to open a new ISA to pay in new money during the 2nd year of it being open?
I hope it's not an obvious answer because I have googled it and can't find any answer or anything in T&Cs!
Thanks

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  • eskbankereskbanker Forumite
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    Fixed-term products usually involve a short initial window (sometimes just 14 days) within which to make deposits and none are allowed beyond that.

    It's not always the case though, which account are you looking at?
  • CatslovelycatsCatslovelycats Forumite
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    Ah. Of course. I knew there was something obvious!
    It's an account I've already opened and had a 2 week window to pay money in. I wondered why I hadn't set up a regular payment into it. Now I remember why! D'oh. Thanks
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