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RBS Fixed Rate ISAs (Cash ISA)
Save up to £5,340 this tax year with a Fixed Rate ISA. Transfer in existing cash ISA balances to increase your tax free earning potential. You are able to tuck away from £1,000 for 1, 2 or 3 year terms. 
Location: UK
1. Transfer in existing cash ISA balances to increase you tax free earning potential.
2. Interest payable is exempt from UK income tax
3. High interest rate compared to other ISAs
1. To take advantage of these rates.
2. Withdrawals are not allowed – however if you need access to your savings you can close your Fixed Rate ISA, incurring an interest charge.
Pre start rate - You will earn interest equivalent to our variable cash ISA rate up until the start date of your Fixed Rate ISA - 20th June 2011.

AER Rate: 2.6% - 3.8%
Interest Paid: Maturity
Notice Period: 0 Days
Min Deposit: £1,000
Max Deposit: £5,340
Initial Fee: £0
Exit Fee: 90 - 270 days gross interest
Annual Management Fee: £0

Fixed rate term 1,2 or 3 years
Suitable For:
Those who can lock their money away for up to 3 years
Limited offer – May be withdrawn at any time
Withdrawals are not allowed
Introductory Offer:
Standard offer

 Programme AER Gross Rate p.a.
 1 Year         2.60% 2.60% 
 2 Year         3.50% 3.50% 
 3 Year         3.80% 3.80% 
Terms and Conditions:
You can only fund one cash ISA during any one tax year
RBS Fixed Rate ISAs (Which Way To Pay - 7/7/2011)
RBS Fixed Rate ISAs is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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