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best ISA saver account?

chamelion Avatar
9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
hey guys,

my 6 month honeymoon period with ING direct is now over with regards to the ISA - i.e. my rate goes down dramatically and it's quite a **** rate.

Can anyone suggest me any good ISA accounts? REQUIREMENTS:

- allow transfer (online would be ideal) from another ISA
- 6%+ rate
- online banking option
- MONTHLY interest, no annual ****
- withdrawal without penalty would be nice (most likely never used).

have been diggint around moneysupermarket but seems info is a little out of date there, and i was hoping for some first hand experience...

thanks!
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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[url]www.fool.co.uk[/url]
#3
Natwest?

6.00% AER (£27,000 +) - Not the best but still quite good.

Also, It has all features you like:

- allow transfer (online would be ideal) from another ISA
- online banking option
- MONTHLY interest, no annual ****
- withdrawal without penalty would be nice (most likely never used).
#4
ok i'm looking at http://www.moneysupermarket.com/isa/IsasDetails.asp?IsasID=2935&Amount=3000
(bradford & bingley)

6.05% AER, monthly deposit, online account, withdrawal without problem.

while kent reliance gives a higher rate (6.21%) allowing transfers, that only credits annually, and i'd rather see deposits monthly. the difference in interest rate is not much...

what do you guys think, good option?
#5
Hi,
Try this one, it may be of help'
http://www.nsandi.com/index.jsp
#6
SIMPLY-ME
Hi,
Try this one, it may be of help'
http://http://www.nsandi.com/index.jsp



not bad... but the 6.3% rate does not apply to transfers, only to new accounts. for transfers its 5.x% which is not amazing...
#7
How about the Financial Services Authority website of comparitive tables.

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