90 Days Notice Cash ISA (Incorporating TESSA ISA)
90 Days Notice Cash ISA is a variable rate account with a low minimum balance.
To get the more favourable interest rate 90 days notice is required for withdrawals.
This is an easy way to save tax-free.
A 90 Days Notice Cash ISA account may only be opened by people living within the post code areas of LE, CV9-13 inclusive and DE11-15 inclusive. However, existing customers as at 31st December 2016 may open an account subject to the terms and conditions.
Existing account holders may continue to make transactions within the normal terms and conditions of the accounts.
Please note that the Society is not accepting ISA transfers in.
If you did not deposit any monies in your Cash ISA with the Society during the last tax year, you can now deposit savings up to the maximum subscription of £20,000 from the 6th April 2017 to the 5th April 2018. You will be required to complete an ISA Reactivation Application Form.
The Information provided is a summary of the key features of the savings account and is not intended to be a substitute for reading the terms and conditions that apply to the account.
|What is the Interest Rate?||1.30% Gross/1.30% AER
AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate. It illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded each year.
Interest is calculated daily and is variable. Interest is compounded annually on the 5th April.
See our current interest rates for all savings accounts.
|Can Earl Shilton Building Society change the Interest Rate?||We may change interest rates at any time if we reasonably believe the change is needed. Please refer to Condition 7 – Interest in the Terms and Conditions for Earl Shilton Building Society Retail Savings Accounts for further details.|
|What would the estimated balance be after 12 months based on a £1,000 deposit?
|The projected balance based on the current interest rate is £1,013.00.
This projection is provided for illustrative purposes only and does not take into account the individual circumstances of the customer.
|How do I open and manage my account?||
|Can I withdraw money?||