Savings & cash Isas

Best Cash Isa rates

If you're a UK taxpayer it's always worth considering a Cash Isa, even though most people can now get some savings interest tax-free.

Top easy access from RCI Bank
RCI Bank
  • 1.10% AER
  • Unlimited payments and withdrawals, with no penalties
  • Pay-in from just £100

 

AER is gross variable

first direct 1st Account
firstdirect
  • £100 signup fee - and £100 if you choose to leave after six months*
  • First £250 overdraft is interest and fee free
  • Multi award winning customer service

 

*Terms & Conditions apply

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RCI Bank
Freedom Savings Account

1.10% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £100
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £1,000,000
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Charter Savings Bank
Easy Access Issue 3

1.01% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £1,000
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £250,000
Full details

Post Office Money
Online Saver Issue 24

1.01% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £1
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £2,000,000
Full details

National Savings & Investments
Income Bond

1.00% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £500
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £1,000,000
Full details
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