AA Savings: AA ISA (Holding Account)

Provider:
AA Savings
Account:AA ISA (Holding Account)
Account type:Cash ISA
Tax status:Tax free
Rates & conditions
Headline interest rate 0.25% AER
Interest rate type Variable
Interest payment frequency Annually
Rate tiers
Gross Rate Excluding BonusGross Rate Including BonusAER
£1000.25%0.25%0.25%
Introductory bonus Not applicable.
Bonus payment conditions Not applicable.
Interest rate guarantees Not applicable.
Interest payment options to same account
Opening the account
Minimum age 16 years
Maximum age -
Minimum deposit £100
Account opened
Branch
Post
Phone
Internet
Account conditions
  • Withdrawal conditions
Transfers In Transfers in from other ISA providers are permitted. The AA ISA allows the customer to split their cash ISA savings into a selection of variable and fixed rate products within one cash ISA.
Managing the account
Minimum balance £1
Minimum withdrawal £10
Minimum additional deposit £0
Maximum balance -
Withdrawal conditions Withdrawal Conditions - There are no restrictions on the number of withdrawals that can be made to a Nominated Account. Additionally money can be moved at any time from the Holding Account to either a new product (when available) or an existing product (providing additional payments are permitted) within the AA ISA. If this account is closed the whole AA ISA account has to be closed.
Transfers out Transfers out are permitted. Partial transfers are not permitted, the customer will not be able to transfer individual products held in your AA ISA. They can, however, transfer the AA ISA in full to another cash ISA or stocks and shares ISA.
Transactions
Branch
Post
Phone
Internet
Statement frequency annually
Additional information This product is provided by OneFamily and money is deposited with Bank of Ireland UK. On opening an AA ISA, you will automatically have a Holding Account set up. The Holding Account is intended to help you manage your cash ISA savings. For example, you can use it to consolidate your cash ISA savings before opening a specific product, or use it to split funds transferred in from an existing ISA into multiple products in your account.