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Newcastle Building Society in charity link-up


Life office Ecclesiastical has halved the initial charges on its Isa to 2.5 per cent for new applications received by April 5.


Its cash Isa lets investors donate a percentage of their savings to a range of charities as well as benefiting from having money in a tax free shelter.


The society has teamed up with Newcastle Building Society to offer the product.

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