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Market Harborough announces Isa products

Market Harborough Building Society has announced details of its Isa products including a Catmarked version.


The Cat Isa is a cash mini Isa with a minimum investment of £10 and a maximum of £3,000. Withdrawals are subject to 7 days notice.


The Isa 90 is a non-Catmarked cash Isa paying a variable rate of 5.85 per cent.


The minimum investment is £10 and the maximum £3,000. Withdrawals are subject to 90 days notice or the penalty equivalent of 90 days gross interest.


The Tessa-only Isa is an Isa for maturing Tessa funds. The rates and terms are the same as for the ISA 90 except that the minimum investment is £1,000 and maximum is £9,000. Funds must be invested within six months of the Tessa maturing.

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