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mini-cash ISA

noun [C]
 
 
BANKING, FINANCE
a financial product in the UK that allows you to invest money in a savings account, etc. without paying tax on the interest: You can put up to £5,100 in a mini-cash ISA free of tax each year. →  Compare cash ISA , equity ISA , maxi-ISA , mini ISA
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