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bg1: Need help on This isa %

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
http://www.barclays.co.uk/Savings/GoldenISAIssue2/P1242569153061

so its 2.06%+ 1% for the first year which equals to 3.06% in total

thanks.
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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banned 2 Likes #2
Just put it all on red son.
#4
Shame byker's not around. What he doesn't know ain't worth knowing.
#5
bump for advice.

thanks for link damnone.

Edited By: black gerbil1 on Apr 27, 2011 21:41
#6
So what are you asking?

Nationwide is better at 3.10%
banned 1 Like #7
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So what are you asking?

Nationwide is better at 3.10%

+1

OP has just stated a fact (clear as day from the link imo), not a question.

Old account anyway!
#8
what happened to your accountant BG? You suffering now in this age of austerity?
#9
bump, so can someone say that at the end of the 12 months you will effectively get 3% /
#10
At the end of 12 months I got released :p
#11
At the end of 12 months I got a major New Years Eve hangover.
#12
black gerbil1
bump, so can someone say that at the end of the 12 months you will effectively get 3% /



I will not get 3%, because I wouldn't use Barclays, you will get 3% if you choose to use them.
#13
brah where you hold your other ~£1.4mil?
banned 1 Like #14
black gerbil1
bump, so can someone say that at the end of the 12 months you will effectively get 3% /

LOL - 3.06%

I dont see how the description of the rate can be any clearer!

werent you meant to be some kind of financial whizzkid pornstar (or just a dreaming spotty teenager who now seems to have grown a pair and enter the adult world)?
banned 1 Like #15
starsparkle2311
Well I've never had too much money before, so my Halifax ISA has always been pretty useless. Not sure how to get away from them. Just seems funny that every time I click on my Barclays account they're constantly offering me 3.2% for an ISA, I actually have money now to take advantage of an ISA,lol, what do I do? I want to save, but how do I get away from Halifax? Do I have to go in to the branch? *shudders - I hate that place so much!!!

you need to do a proper ISA transfer so new account must allow transfers in from old accounts. When you apply for new ISA, you put your old ISA details in and they sort out the transfer.

I would opt for nationwide ISA as that allows transfers in and is far more efficient than shoddy old barclays in general. Plus they start paying interest on your transfer value immediately your application is accepted without having to await the transfer from your old provider.

Edited By: csiman on Apr 29, 2011 04:12
#17
csiman


I dont see how the description of the rate can be any clearer!

werent you meant to be some kind of financial whizzkid pornstar (or just a dreaming spotty teenager who now seems to have grown a pair and enter the adult world)?



Indeed, what happened to the Aston Martin?

Messing about with a measly £5430 now.. oO
#18
oh how the mighty have fallen

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