Savings rates continue to fall as banks and building societies cut their easy-access rates.
Only a handful - including French-owned RCI Bank and Kent Reliance - still pay 1% before tax to new savers.
Others which matched this rate earlier this month have cut their rates to either 0.75% or even 0.5%.
On fixed rate bonds, top deals include internet-based Charter Savings Bank at 1.38% for one year or 1.51% for two years.
Atom Bank pays a slightly higher 1.4% for one year and 1.55% for two years for those willing to run the account through an app on their smart phone.
Cash Isa rates
The top deal on easy-access cash Isas is 1.1% tax-free from Coventry Building Society but you can't transfer your existing cash Isas into this account.
The best deal for transfers comes from Family Building Society at 1.09%.
On fixed rate cash Isas the top one-year rate comes from Tesco Bank at 1.11% followed by Kent Reliance at 1.1%. Both Kent Reliance and Aldermore Bank pay marginally more - 1.15% - on two year fixed accounts.
This story was originally written for our sister magazine, Money Observer.