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maxi your mini with first direct's market-leading 6.25 per cent e-ISA Each year UK savers unnecessarily hand over more than £467 million1 to the taxman by not saving money into tax-free accounts, according to research from first direct, the UK's most recommended bank. There are an estimated 30 million2 savers in the UK...


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Savers earn 42 per cent more than with average cash ISA Savers earn up to 124 per cent more than with average savings account first direct, the UK's most recommended bank, has launched a new tax-free ISA with a market-leading rate of 6.25 per cent1 (AER) until 6 October 2005...


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A new e-Savings Account paying 5.00% AER will be launched by first direct next week (from 8 September 2004), offering savers a great rate to match its top customer service. The immediate access account will pay interest monthly on balances between £1 and £50,000 and must be opened and managed online at www.firstdirect.com...


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savings Following the Bank of England’s decision on 5 August 2004 to increase the base rate by 0.25%, first direct is passing on the full benefit of the rise by increasing the interest rate paid on all of its savings accou5.8 by 0.25% with effect from 1 September...


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Further to the base rate cut announced by the Bank of England earlier this month, first direct has the following interest rate changes to its savings accounts and mortgages. All new rates take effect from Tuesday 5th August 2003. Savings accounts Everyday Savings Account1 Balances Previous Interest Rate (AER) New Interest Rate (AER) £1...


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