Leeds Building Society launches new ISA range with ...
Leeds Building Society launches new ISA range with access
1 Years ago at 11:01
Leeds Building Society has launched a new suite of fixed rate ISA products, including 1, 2 and 3 year versions, which are available for the £5,640 subscription in the 2012/ 2013 tax year, as well as transfers in of previous years ISA subscriptions from other providers.
Furthermore, all the new products have the flexibility and peace of mind that comes with access to 25% of the funds, without notice or penalty at any time, which is unusual for fixed rate savings deals.
Kim Rebecchi, Leeds Building Society's Sales and Marketing Director said, "These products are available for the 2012/ 2013 tax year ISA allowance of £5,640. Our new offers also allow transfers in from other providers so customers can, if they wish, make life easier by having all their tax free savings in one place.
"I anticipate these fixed rate ISAs, with a minimum investment of just £1, options ranging from 1 to 3 years, and access to 25% of the funds without notice or penalty will be popular. They will be available to open on a first come, first served basis by post, online and in branch."
For more information, customers can call into their local branch, visit the website at www.leedsbuildingsociety.co.uk, or call the savings hotline, on 08450 540 995.
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