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1.93%
5 Year Bond £2000 Yes
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1.80%
5 Year Bond £500 Yes
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1.80%
30.07.21 £2000 Yes
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1.80%
30.07.21 £2000 Yes
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1.75%
24.07.22 £1 Yes
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1.70%
5 Year Bond £5000 Yes
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1.60%
31.07.22 £100 Yes
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1.60%
5 Year Bond £500 Yes
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1.50%
5 Year Bond £1 Yes
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5 Year Bond £5000 Yes
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1.28%
3 Year Bond £500 Yes
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1.25%
3 Year Bond £1000 Yes
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1.15%
3 Year Bond £500 Yes
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Last Updated: Wednesday 28 June 2017 00:07

Moneyfacts.co.uk Best Buys show the best products chosen by our independent experts. Where we have been able to we have also provided a link for you to open an account today. Products shown with a yellow background are sponsored products.

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Longer term fixed rate ISAs explained

  • 5 year fixed rate ISAs offer the very best ISA rates
  • Make sure you can commit your money for the full term
  • You can hold more than one cash ISA, but you can only open one new cash ISA per tax year

Fixed rate ISAs are a great way to grow your savings. While simply having money in a cash ISA means that you can earn tax-free interest, having your money in a 3, 4 or even 5 year fixed rate ISA means that you can benefit from some of the highest savings rates available.

Penny PigA 2.00% fixed rate ISA is equivalent to a 2.50% fixed rate bond if you pay basic rate tax, or 3.33% if you’re a higher rate taxpayer.

You may only be able to make a single deposit and/or transfer to your fixed rate ISA when you open it. Some ISAs let you make deposits after the initial account opening, but as soon as the ISA is withdrawn for sale to new investors you won’t be able to make any further additions.

You are allowed to hold more than one cash ISA at once, although you can only open one every tax year (6 April to the following 5 April). So you wouldn’t be able to open a 5 year fixed rate ISA, then an easy access ISA in the same tax year.

Warning If you want to transfer your ISA or withdraw your money during the term of your fixed rate, you’ll have to forfeit a fair amount of interest or pay a penalty fee.

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