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Halifax launches advertising campaign for Isas

Halifax is spending £1.8m on a television advertising campaign to promote its range of tax free savings products.


The main aim of the campaign is to increase the profile of its Individual Savings Account range which will be available from April 6.


The bank says the campaign has been designed to raise awareness among its customers of the help it can provide them with their savings.


The commercials will appear on all regional television channels from the beginning of March and run until April 30.

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