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N S And I Cash I S A Rates Up To 2.5%

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Torygraph LINK:

NS&I will increase the rate paid on its Direct Isa from 1.3pc to 2.5pc from today. It is also raising the rates paid on Two-Year Fixed-Interest Savings Certificates by 0.3 of a percentage point to 1.25pc; Five-Year Fixed Interest Savings Certificates by 0.35 of a percentage point to 2.25pc; and Children's Bonus Bonds by 0.2 of a percentage point to 2.5pc.

NS&I said it wished to "balance the interests of its savers, the taxpayer and the stability of the financial services market".

Worth it? Haven't opened a cash ISA this year.

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Torygraph LINK:

Worth it? Haven't opened a cash ISA this year.

Can you transfer in previous years' savings?

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Can you transfer in previous years' savings?

I emailed them.

The short answer is no, you can't.

Unfortunately we will not be changing our Terms and Conditions to allow transfers from other providers.

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