Compare our cash Isas.

Fancy saving tax-free? A cash ISA is a savings account where you don’t pay tax on any interest you earn.

Why choose a cash ISA?

  • Earn tax-free interest.
  • Open online in minutes.
  • Your money is at no more risk than in any other savings account.

A choice of adult ISAs

These ISAs qualify for the Savers Prize Draw.

Account name

Interest rate

Minimum opening balance

Withdrawals

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ISA Saver Fixed

Lock your money away for 2 years and know how much interest you'll earn with a fixed rate.

0.70%
tax free/AER fixed.

Choice of interest every month (may be at a different tax-free rate) or every year.

£500

You can’t take money out.

You can close the account early, but you would be charged.

ISA Saver Fixed

ISA Saver Variable

Easily access your money when you want to.

0.60%
tax free/AER variable for 12 months.

Interest is paid on the anniversary of the account opening.

Just £1

Take out money whenever you like.

You can put it back in the same tax year without affecting your ISA allowance.

ISA Saver Variable

Help to Buy: ISA

An ISA to help first time buyers save for a home with a bonus of up to £3000, based on eligibility.

2.25%
tax free/AER variable.

Interest is paid every year.

£1-£1,000, to pay in within 21 days of opening

You can withdraw money but you will not be able to claim any bonus on what you take out.

Help to Buy: ISA

Help to Buy - Backed by HM Government

ISA Saver Fixed

Lock your money away for 2 years and know how much interest you'll earn with a fixed rate.


Interest rate

0.70%
tax free/AER fixed.

Choice of interest every month (may be at a different tax-free rate) or every year.

Minimum opening balance

£500

Withdrawals

You can’t take money out.

You can close the account early, but you would be charged.

Find out more

ISA Saver Variable

Easily access your money when you want to.


Interest rate

0.60%
tax free/AER variable for 12 months.

Interest is paid on the anniversary of the account opening.

Minimum opening balance

Just £1

Withdrawals

Take out money whenever you like.

You can put it back in the same tax year without affecting your ISA allowance.

Find out more

Help to Buy: ISA

An ISA to help first time buyers save for a home with a bonus of up to £3000, based on eligibility.


Interest rate

2.25%
tax free/AER variable.

Interest is paid every year.

Minimum opening balance

£1-£1,000, to pay in within 21 days of opening

Withdrawals

You can withdraw money but you will not be able to claim any bonus on what you take out.

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An ISA for kids

Put away for a little one's future in a Junior Cash ISA.

It must be opened by an adult with parental responsibility, although anyone can put money in. ISAs for children have a limit this tax year of £4,260.

Account name

Interest rate

Minimum opening balance

Withdrawals

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Junior Cash ISA

A long-term, tax-free savings account for children under 18.

3.00%
tax free/AER variable. Interest is paid every year.

£1

Money cannot be taken out, except in special circumstances which you can see in the account conditions (PDF).

Junior Cash ISA

Junior Cash ISA

A long-term, tax-free savings account for children under 18.


Interest rate

3.00%
tax free/AER variable. Interest is paid every year.

Minimum opening balance

£1

Withdrawals

Money cannot be taken out, except in special circumstances which you can see in the account conditions (PDF).

Find out more



Transfer in from another ISA

Do you have another ISA? Protect your ISA allowance by asking us to move your funds for you.

More about ISA transfers


Existing customers

Whether you want to top up your cash ISA, renew it or provide your fixed term maturity instructions, we’ve got all the information you need.


Understanding ISAs

  • You can only pay into to one cash ISA in each tax year.
  • Save up to £20,000 into a combination of adult ISAs, for example some into a cash ISA and the rest into a stocks and shares ISA.
  • The most you can pay into a Help to Buy: ISA is an initial deposit of up to £1,000, then up to £200 per month.

Your money is protected

Eligible deposits are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

More about the FSCS

Tax treatment depends on indivdual circumstances and may change.
For a definition of AER, tax free and other terms please view our savings glossary.