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Why are fsa paying interest up to 2011 (in some cases)for fixed rate Icesave accounts but only until default date for ISAs and easy access accounts?Seems inconsistent.

Don't know whether to withdraw fixed rate balance and re-invest or wait until 2011.
Question asked by: johnclarke

Asked on: 06 Nov 2008

Detailed question - best to contact your financial adviser for information on this one; giving financial advice requires qualifications!
By: knowitall
Replied at: 12 Nov 2008
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