Savings Lump Sum Interest Calculator - Savings - Moneyfacts
Find out how much your lump sum savings could make
  1.  
  2. years  
  3.  
  1. Please note, amounts shown assume interest is paid without the deduction of tax. Click here for information on how savings plans are taxed.

All calculations given by Moneyfacts.co.uk are provided in good faith and to the best of our knowledge are accurate. However reliance should not be placed on them and you should check all terms and figures with your chosen product provider before proceeding.

What Next?

6 of the best short-term bonds
6 of the best short-term bonds

If you’re looking for the best returns on your hard-earned cash, but don’t want to lock your money a... More

6 of the best long-term bonds
6 of the best long-term bonds

Fixed rate bonds can be one of the best ways to secure a decent return from your money, but if you r... More

NEWSFLASH: Cash beat shares from 1995
NEWSFLASH: Cash beat shares from 1995

We’re often told of the benefits of saving in shares rather than cash, with the general consensus be... More

6 of the best monthly interest savings accounts
6 of the best monthly interest savings accounts

Monthly interest savings accounts, as their name suggests, pay interest on your savings each month (... More

Challengers: a beacon of hope in savings market
Challengers: a beacon of hope in savings market

Thanks to dismal savings rates, savers can be forgiven for thinking that there's little to gain from... More

Islamic Sharia’a compliant savings accounts
Islamic Sharia’a compliant savings accounts

Islamic savings accounts offer a Sharia’a-compliant way of saving for Muslims living in the UK, as w... More

Depositor protection schemes if a bank goes bust
Depositor protection schemes if a bank goes bust

Find out where your bank or building society is licenced, and what deposit protection guarantees you... More

Is now the time to fix your savings rate?
Is now the time to fix your savings rate?

With some forecasters predicting interest rate cuts by November 2012, we look at the pros and cons o... More

30-month fixed bond refuses to budge from charts
30-month fixed bond refuses to budge from charts

OakNorth Bank has reduced the rates paid on its fixed rate bonds by up to 0.10%; however, its 30-mon... More

Regular savings account leaps into the charts
Regular savings account leaps into the charts

Cambridge Building Society has released a new issue of its one-year fixed regular savings account on... More

New 5-yr bond wrestles into the charts
New 5-yr bond wrestles into the charts

Ikano Bank has unleashed a new five-year bond onto the market, which has grabbed a place on the char... More

Easy access account is a clear leader
Easy access account is a clear leader

Tesco Bank has increased the rate paid on its easy access savings account by 0.06% to cement its pos... More

New 3-yr bond lays claim to a chart place
New 3-yr bond lays claim to a chart place

Raphaels Bank has unleashed a new 36-month fixed bond onto the market, instantly claiming it a chart... More

Close