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Monthly Interest Fixed Rate Bonds

How do monthly Interest Fixed Rate Bonds work?

Monthly interest fixed rate bonds pay interest monthly on a lump sum deposited for a fixed term. These bonds can be one of the best options if you are looking for an account which will provide you with a source of regular monthly extra income.

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Best rates - monthly interest bonds

Best rates - monthly interest bonds

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  • Shawbrook Bank 7 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 6
    AER
    1.35%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    7 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
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  • Shawbrook Bank 5 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 33
    AER
    1.25%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    5 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • Shawbrook Bank 3 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 50
    AER
    0.90%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    3 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
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  • UBL UK 7 Year Fixed Term Deposit
    AER
    1.45%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    7 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • RCI Bank UK Fixed Term Savings Account
    AER
    1.40%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    5 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • UBL UK 5 Year Fixed Term Deposit
    AER
    1.40%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    5 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • RCI Bank UK Fixed Term Savings Account
    AER
    1.35%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    4 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • UBL UK 3 Year Fixed Term Deposit
    AER
    1.30%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    3 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • Ikano Bank Fixed 5 Year Saver
    AER
    1.28%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    5 Year Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • Allica Bank Fixed-Term Personal Savings Account (Issue 2)
    AER
    1.20%
    Account Type
    Fixed
    Term
    24 Month Bond
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
Note

Eligible deposits with UK institutions are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a maximum level of protection of £85,000 per person per institution.

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Quick guide to Monthly Interest Fixed Rate Bonds

At a glance

  • A monthly interest savings account pays you interest on a monthly basis, which can be paid into another account or added to the savings within the account depending on the terms of the account.
  • There are a number of savings accounts that pay monthly interest, these include easy access accounts, cash ISAs, fixed rate ISAs, notice accounts, fixed rate bonds, Help to Buy ISAs and offshore savings.
  • Normally the best rates are on fixed rate bonds, but these usually don’t allow you to withdraw your money before the end of the fixed period.

How our best Monthly Interest Fixed Rate Bonds comparison works

Finding the best monthly interest fixed rate bonds with our handy comparison table couldn’t be simpler: Just enter a few details and you’ll be presented with a tailored table of results based on your choices. First will be all the ‘direct’ deals where you can apply in an easy, hassle-free way by just clicking on the ‘Go To Provider’s Site button. Under these are the deals from the rest of the marketplace. To reorder the whole table into rate order, just untick the box at the top of the search table.

How to choose the best Monthly Interest Fixed Rate Bonds deal for you

Largely what you consider the ‘best’ monthly interest fixed rate bonds will be as individual as your requirements. However, it goes without saying that you are best advised to look at and compare deals prior to deciding. The number of monthly interest fixed rate bonds deals on offer will depend on both the term and minimum deposit you are prepared to make.

Monthly Interest Fixed Rate Bonds

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