Fixed rate cash ISA transfer
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I want to transfer an existing fixed rate cash ISA from one provider to another. To do this I need to first open a cash ISA with the new provider. But I have already opened a cash ISA this year, so does this break the ISA rules? If so, how can I make the transfer?
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If the old ISA was subscribed this year then you must transfer it entirely
There is often a interest penalty to transfer a fixed rate ISA before maturity