Features & benefits
Bear in mind
Bear in mind
|Account name||ISA Saver Fixed.|
|Interest rates (AERs)||Fixed interest rate. See current rates below.|
|Tax status||Interest will be paid tax free.|
|Conditions for bonus payment||There’s no bonus available on this account.|
|Withdrawal arrangements||No withdrawals allowed. Early closure or transfer out permitted. Closing your account early will result in the loss of an amount equivalent to:
2 year term – 180 days’ tax free interest
5 year term – 365 days’ tax free interest
This amount will be taken from the amount you put into your ISA Saver Fixed and therefore you may get back less than you deposited.
|Access||View your balance in branch, by telephone an online.|
You can find your account in 4 convenient ways:
All deposits and transfers are required within 60 days of account opening.
If you’re transferring in from an innovative finance ISA, please contact your local branch.
To open a cash ISA you must be 16 or over. You must be resident in the UK for tax purposes. If you don't live in the UK, find out about offshore savings accounts.
If you're looking to invest for more than 5 years why not consider investing in our managed funds.
Existing Halifax ISA customers
If you’ve got a Halifax fixed cash ISA which is about to mature and would like to reinvest your balance and any interest it’s earned in a ISA Saver Fixed, you can provide us with your maturity instructions online.
If you've got a Halifax easy access cash ISA you can renew it into any of our current fixed term or easy access cash ISAs. This will not affect the tax free status of your savings.
Rates of interest are subject to change. Rates effective from 0.00am on 08/12/2015.
For a definition of AER, tax free and other terms please view our savings glossary.
You’ve a chance of winning one of 3 top prizes of £100,000, if you register and hold £5,000 in qualifying accounts during the whole calendar month before the draw.
Eligible deposits with us are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). We are covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). For further information about the compensation provided by the FSCS, refer to the FSCS website at www.fscs.org.uk/. You can also visit our Financial Services Compensation Scheme page for more details.