Saving with the Earl Shilton
We have a comprehensive range of savings and investment accounts available to UK residents - Whether it be regular savings, tax free savings or savings for young people. We have the choice and flexibility to suit all ages. All our savings accounts come with a passbook and can be operated from our branches.
Please note that currently Heritage, Progress, Regular Monthly Saver, Monthly Income Shares, Capital 90, Select 120, 90 Day Cash ISA, Instant Access Cash ISA, Junior Cash ISA, Enterprise and Treasurers Accounts are temporarily suspended for the opening of new accounts.
The Society is currently not accepting transfers in to Cash ISA Accounts from other Cash ISA providers.
Double Top, Early Saver and Foundation Accounts may only be opened by people living within the post code areas of LE, CV9-13 inclusive and DE11-15 inclusive.
Existing account holders may continue to make transactions within the normal terms and conditions of the accounts.
For further information, please choose one of our products from the list on the left hand side of the page.
How To Apply
To apply for any of our savings accounts, please read the product details and then click on Download Application form. Please be certain to read our full terms and conditions and product terms and conditions. You will be able to print out the relevant application form, complete it and either take it into one of our branches or post it back to us.
If you are not happy with your choice of savings account, you may cancel it within 14 days of:
- the day the contract is entered into; or
- the day on which you receive the contract terms and conditions and other information on paper or electronically; whichever is later.
We will help you switch to another of our accounts or we will give you all your money back with any interest it has earned. We will ignore any notice period and any extra charges.
If you decide to exercise your right of cancellation you must inform the Society, in writing, within the 14 day period.
Payment of Interest
From 6th April 2016, taxpayers will have a new personal savings allowance. This means that up to £1,000 of income from savings (e.g. any interest earned) will be tax-free for basic rate taxpayers, and up to £500 of savings income will be tax-free for higher rate taxpayers.
For further information about these changes, go to GOV.UK and search for personal savings allowance.
- Savings Introduction
- Young Saver Accounts
- Cash ISAs
- Regular Savers
- Progress Account
- Instant Access
- Notice Accounts
- Heritage Account
- Business Accounts
- Terms & Conditions for ESBS Retail Savings Accounts
- Proving Your Identity
- Administration Fees - Current
- Electronic Payments
- Current Interest Rates
- Piggy Bank Competition
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