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Over 180 Days Notice Accounts

The comparison chart below shows the Best Interest Rates available for Notice Accounts requiring over 180 days’ notice. You can personalise the table by specifying the size of your investment amount and whether you have a lump sum to invest or want to make a monthly deposit.

Review 180 Day Notice Account rates available in the chart below.

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Notice Account Rates - Over 180 Days

Notice Account Rates - Over 180 Days

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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.

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How our notice account comparison works

Choosing your 180 day plus notice account is easy using our comparison table. Products that are listed with a ‘Apply Online’ button give you a quick way to reach the provider’s site to apply for the account.

Beneath these are the other providers but all the table is ordered by the interest rates being offered, with higher rates toward the top. Our 180 day plus notice account comparison can be further tailored by using the ‘Full Search' option, enabling you to find exactly what you need, quickly and easily.

What are 180 day plus notice accounts?

With 180 day plus notice accounts you save your money with a provider on the promise of giving them over 180 days' advance notice of any withdrawals you wish to make. 

These notice accounts allow you to usually achieve higher rates than easy access accounts but require you to give more than 180 days’ notice should you need to get to your savings. Given this is over six months, careful planning is required to ensure you can make the most of the higher interest rate.

 

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