Selecting ‘Provider Links First’ brings all products that you can apply for directly via Moneyfacts to the top of the chart in rate order. Products that do not have an ‘Go To Provider's Site’ button will appear below, again in rate order. Selecting ‘Rate’ will change the chart to list all products in rate order. Products that have ‘Go To Provider's Site’ links will still be in the list but in rate position.
Online, At Branch, By Mail
• Variable rate savings account
• Interest calculated daily and added annually
• Minimum balance £1,000 up to £250,000
Eligible deposits with UK institutions are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to a maximum level of protection of £85,000 per person per institution. All new savings or bank accounts provided to UK customers are now covered by the FSCS.Disclaimer
All rates subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms before investing or borrowing. Accounts available to the institution’s existing customers only are not included in our search results.Provider Links
‘Go To Provider's Site’ links are where we have an arrangement with a provider so you can move directly from our site to theirs to view more information and apply for a product. We also use ‘Speak to A Broker’ links where we have an arrangement with a preferred broker to move you directly to their site. Depending on the arrangement we may receive a modest commission either when you press a 'Go To Provider's Site' or 'Speak To A Broker' button, when you call an advertised number or when you complete an application following a link from our website.
Using our notice ISAs comparison table is simple; just pop in the figures in the search panel and then hit the ‘Revise Search’ button. The results of your search will be displayed with the provider’s who you can start an immediate application with at the top. Underneath these are the products from the rest of the marketplace. In order to show your results in interest rate order, simply untick the ‘Show me products first that have quick links to the provider’s site”.
Choosing the right notice ISA for you is highly individual decision. However, as a rule of thumb notice ISAs with a longer notice period tend to have better interest rates. So, the longer you can leave your money untouched then generally the better the returns you can expect. On the other hand, it is unwise to choose a long notice period ISA where you may have to access funds without proper notice – such ISAs often carry hefty penalties in terms of interest lost for those who must withdraw monies without the appropriate notice. Instead, be realistic about how likely it is that you’ll need to access your funds and, if you want to play it safe, choose an easy access ISA instead.
There are four main types of ISA available in the UK, Cash ISAs, Stocks and Shares ISAs, Innovative Finance ISAs (IFISA) and Lifetime ISAS (LISA). This guide explains the differences between them and how each type of ISA works.
There are four main types of ISA available in the UK, Cash ISAs, Stocks and Shares ISAs, Innovative Finance ISAs (IFISA) and Lifetime ISAS (LISA).
Using an ISA transfer is important as its the only way to retain the tax-free status of your funds. Our helpful guide explains what you should know before you transfer.
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Download our complete guide to the ISA allowance for 2023/24. Restrictions, how to move accounts and taxation considerations.