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    I have an ISA from last year with Natwest (interest had a 1% bonus so now is at 2.07%) but the new one currently offered is only 2%.

    Can I just add this year's ISA allowance to the old ISA, or do I have to open up a new one?
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    (Original post by xXxBaby-BooxXx)
    I have an ISA from last year with Natwest (interest had a 1% bonus so now is at 2.07%) but the new one currently offered is only 2%.

    Can I just add this year's ISA allowance to the old ISA, or do I have to open up a new one?
    I believe the answer to this is yes, you can add in up to this tax year's cash ISA allowance (£5,760 for 2013/14) to the £X already in your current ISA, in order to keep the preferential interest rate.
 
 
 
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