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Today I checked this account and saw that interest was credited on 31 August 2011.

Does this mean the 'bonus' period has expired?

The AER is now listed as 1.75% and the 'AER% including bonus' is listed as N.A.

I thought all ISA's ran April to April.

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The AER is now listed as 1.75% and the 'AER% including bonus' is listed as N.A.

I thought all ISA's ran April to April.

The subscription year is April to April, but the interest payment can be anywhen. Usually it's April to make it easy to manage, but it is only a matter of time before they start playing silly buggers.

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The subscription year is April to April, but the interest payment can be anywhen. Usually it's April to make it easy to manage, but it is only a matter of time before they start playing silly buggers.

I didn't know that, cheers!

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31st aug is same for all nw e-isas (inc mine). You should receive notice before bonus period expires.

Just double-checked the paperwork and my/our bonus expiration date is 31/8/2012. :)

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