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1.10%
Instant £1 Yes
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1.09%
None £500 Yes
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1.00%
None £1 No
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1.00%
Instant £100 No
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  2. Yes
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1.00%
2 Year Bond £1000 Yes
  1. Yes
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0.95%
None £1 Yes
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0.95%
None £100 No
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0.90%
None £1 Yes
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0.90%
33 Day £250 No
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0.90%
30 Day £500 Yes
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0.95%
Instant £1 Yes
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0.80%
30 Day £1000 Yes
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0.75%
Instant £1 No
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0.60%
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The UK Government has proposed to increase the deposit protection level from £75,000 to £85,000 of eligible deposits from 30 January 2017.

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Eligible deposits with UK institutions are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a maximum level of protection of £75,000 per person per institution.
 

What are Cash ISAs?

A cash ISA, or Individual Savings Account, is a type of account that allows you to earn interest tax-free.

Each tax year (6 April to the following 5 April) you can invest up to a specified limit in a cash ISA – click here to download your FREE 8-page ISA allowance guide for the current tax year. You will need a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader to download this guide.

Even if you have no money to invest in the current tax year, you can still transfer an existing ISA to another provider, if you find you’re not earning the best rate on your savings.

However, if you wish to undertake an ISA transfer, please do not physically withdraw and transfer the money yourself. Your new provider will give you a form to fill in and your old and new ISA providers will liaise on your behalf, in order to protect your savings’ tax-free status.

Tax advantages will depend on your individual circumstances and may change in the future.

 
 

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Top 6 inflation-beating cash ISAs

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6 of the best variable cash ISAs

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A third saving for retirement with ISAs

The popularity of ISAs is showing no signs of waning, with new research showing that more than a thi... More

Grandparents want in on JISAs
Grandparents want in on JISAs

As we mark the fifth anniversary of the Junior ISA, new research shows that one in three grandparent... More

What is a cash ISA?
What is a cash ISA?

Cash ISAs are a special type of savings account that pay interest tax-free. Each tax year you get an... More

2016-17 ISA Allowance Guide
2016-17 ISA Allowance Guide

Download your FREE Guide to ISA allowances for the 2015-16 tax year. Find out everything you need t... More

How to transfer a cash ISA
How to transfer a cash ISA

Cash ISA transfers can allow you to get a better interest rate and bring your ISAs together in one p... More

New 5-year ISA soars to the top
New 5-year ISA soars to the top

Virgin Money has launched new five-year fixed bonds and ISAs to complement its existing range, which... More

Fixed ISAs retain top-10 spots
Fixed ISAs retain top-10 spots

Kent Reliance has reduced rates on a number of its ISAs. Nonetheless, its one and two-year deals rem... More

Nottingham extends 2-year ISA
Nottingham extends 2-year ISA

Nottingham BS has launched a new issue of its two-year cash ISA, enabling it to keeps its place in t... More

Aldermore’s excellent 1-yr fixed ISA
Aldermore’s excellent 1-yr fixed ISA

Aldermore has reduced the rate on its one-year cash ISA. Despite this, the deal remains competitive ... More

AA retains place in variable ISA chart
AA retains place in variable ISA chart

AA has reduced rates on some of its ISAs. Despite this, its variable rate deal has managed to keep a... More

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