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Leeds launches 1 year fixed rate ISA at 3.25% with 25% access

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01/06/2012
Leeds Building Society's new 1-year fixed rate ISA at 3.25% gross p.a./ AER is the highest paying fixed rate ISA account on the market offering penalty free access to the funds.

Leeds Building Society’s new 1-year fixed rate ISA at 3.25% gross p.a./ AER is the highest paying fixed rate ISA account on the market offering penalty free access to the funds.

Kim Rebecchi, Leeds Building Society’s sales and marketing director, said, “Our 1-year ISA at 3.25% is the best fixed rate ISA currently available with penalty free access.

“I anticipate this tax-free account, available for the 2012/ 2013 tax year allowance of £5,640 and with access to 25% of the funds without notice or penalty, will be popular. It is available to open by post, online and in branch, and has a minimum investment of just £1.”

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