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Leeds & Holbeck Building Society launches fixed rate mini-cash Isa

Leeds & Holbeck Building Society is launching a three year fixed rate mini-cash Isa.


The rate is fixed at 6.75 per cent and the minimum investment is £1.


No withdrawals are permitted during the term and closure of the account before maturity will result in a penalty of 90 days loss of interest.


The Society&#39s operations director Chris Radford says: &#34The new Isa offers customers excellent rates on tax free savings. It is the premier choice for those who want a no nonsense account at a time when interest rates are uncertain.


&#34The exceptional value of this product emphasises our commitment to pass on mutuality benefits to our members.&#34

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