Gross rate, along with AER (or Annual Equivalent Rate), is the interest rate you're most likely to see when comparing savings accounts or cash ISAs.
But what exactly is gross rate, and how useful is it as a method of comparison?
A gross rate is the rate of interest that you would earn at the outset of taking out a savings account. It's useful as a rough guide, but be aware of the following:
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