Savings accounts guide

Savings accounts come in all shapes and sizes so whether you like to save little and often, or in big chunks, there is a savings account  to suit you.

Cash ISAs

There are two types of cash ISA available, both allowing you to save up to £20,000 tax-free for the tax year ending 5 April 2017.

  • Instant access accounts can usually be opened with £1 and you'll receive a variable rate of interest on your balance, paid annually.
  • A fixed rate ISA can be opened with a minimum balance set by the provider (the TSB 2 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA requires an opening balance of £3,000). You'll receive a fixed rate of interest over a set amount of time and you'll pay a withdrawal fee if you access your money during that period.
 

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Junior ISAs

You can save on behalf of your children until they reach 18 with a Junior ISA. Your child won't pay tax on the interest earned up to £4,128 for the tax year ending 5 April 2017.

 

Instant access accounts

You can get instant access to your money whenever you need it with instant access accounts. Ideal for money you need access to in an emergency.

 

Fixed bonds

Bonds lock your money away for a fixed period of time in return for a higher interest rate. You usually need a minimum of £2,000 to open one. Fixed-rate bonds pay interest at a fixed rate. Tracker bonds pay interest tracked against a particular index or rate, such as the Bank of England base rate.

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