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Ns&i Direct Isa Up To 6.3%

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got some of these - even at this rate - still view the money i hold in there as losing around 5% pa in value...

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I've just been on the phone to them. Unfortunately this ISA doesn't allow transfers from existing ISAs, which means I'll still have to find a new place for my existing years' investments. Humph!

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I've just been on the phone to them. Unfortunately this ISA doesn't allow transfers from existing ISAs, which means I'll still have to find a new place for my existing years' investments. Humph!

I think they only allow you transfer in from an NS&I standard cash ISA.

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I've just been on the phone to them. Unfortunately this ISA doesn't allow transfers from existing ISAs, which means I'll still have to find a new place for my existing years' investments. Humph!

Bradford & Bingley have strangely discontinued their eISA for new customers. It was 5.8% and probably due to go up soon to 6.05%. But there is also Yorkshire BS ISA which also pays 5.8% and probably due to go up soon to 6.05%. Yorkshire BS ISA has no strings attached and you can transfer existing ISas.

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