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NATWEST E-ISA
NatWest e-ISA (Cash ISA)
        
The NatWest e-ISA is an online product with interest rates that are tiered depending on the amount you invest. You are free to withdraw your money when you wish without incurring penalties. Online banking gives you full control over your banking needs, you can check your balance, your interest and make transfers to and from your NatWest account anytime you wish.
Location: UK
Advantages:
1. Set up a regular transfer from your other NatWest account.
2. Set up and track your own personal savings goals.
3. Monthly tax free interest.
4. Manage your account online.
5. Earn tax free interest of up to 2.25% AER on balances of at least 30,000. Other rates are available for lower balances
Disadvantages:
1. You can only deposit a maximum of 5,340 over the entire tax year.
Services:
1. Open your account online.
2. You an open your account from as little as 1.00

AER Rate: Up to 2.25%
Interest Paid: Monthly
Notice Period: 30 days
Min Deposit: 1
Max Deposit: 5,340
Initial Fee: 0
Exit Fee: 0
Annual Management Fee: 0

Products:
1. Transfer money in from more than one bank account or building society.
Suitable For:
Online savers
Conditions:
1. Minimum age is 16 years old.
Restrictions:
1. You will need to have an instant access savings account which can be managed at a branch in the UK. This is required to receive any deposits which may accidentally exceed your annual ISA allowance. You can apply for this at the same time as the e-ISA.
Introductory Offer:
Bonus interest of 1.00% AER/Gross p.a. (fixed) will be paid monthly in addition to the e-ISA standard variable interest rate.
Terms and Conditions:
1. You must be at least 16 years old.
2. The bonus is available for 12 months for any new account opened from the 5th March 2012. The bonus interest period will start on the 15th day of the next month after the account is opened. If the 15th day of that month is not a business day the bonus interest period will start on the next business day.
        
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NatWest e-ISA (Which Way To Pay - 17/3/2010)
NatWest e-ISA is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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