Saving & banking

Best cash Isa rates

If you're a UK taxpayer it's always worth considering a cash Isa, even though most people can now get some savings interest tax-free.

Top easy access from RCI Bank
RCI Bank
  • 1.20% AER
  • Unlimited payments and withdrawals, with no penalties
  • Pay-in from just £100

 

AER is gross variable

TSB Classic Plus Current Account
TSB
  • 5% AER variable interest on balances up to £2,000*
  • 5% contactless cashback

 

*To earn 5%AER/4.89% Gross (variable) on balances up to £2000. You must deposit £500+ per month. Cashback will be paid on qualifying purchases until 31 December 2016. Subject to application and approval. Available to existing and new customers.

Laura Whitcombe looks at the New Isa rules and regulations. 

Stafford Railway
Pullman

1.25% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £1
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £450,000
Full details

RCI Bank
Freedom Savings Account

1.20% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £100
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £1,000,000
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Newcastle Building Society
Newcastle First Home Saver

1.16% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £1
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: £40,000
Full details
The headline rate includes a 1.00% AER bonus paid to regular savers who make at least one deposit a month. Up to £1,000 cash reward on mortgage completion with the Newcastle.

ICICI Bank UK Plc
SuperSaver Savings Account

1.15% AER
(Easy access)
Min deposit: £1
Max deposit: unlimited
Max balance: unlimited
Full details
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