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Yorkshire Building Society – Tessa Only Isa

Wednesday, 17th January 2001.



Type: Cash Isa

Aim: Growth.

Minimum investment: £100.

Maximum investment: £9,000.

Catmarked: No.

Investment choice: 100 per cent cash.

Interest rate: Fixed at 5.9 per cent gross a year.

Charges: None.

Withdrawal penalty: No withdrawals permitted during term.

Commission: None.

Tel: 0845 1200100.

 

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