Savings rates across the board continue to rise, while Nottiingham Building Society has launched a market-beating easy-access account.
The top easy-access deal is the Goldman Sachs Marcus account at 1.5%
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The Marcus account comes with a bonus of 0.15 percentage points for a year, but you can renew for another 12 months. Virgin Money pays 1.42% to new savers on its Double Take E-Saver, but it limits you to two withdrawals a year.
On easy-access tax-free cash Isas, Leeds Building Society’s Limited Issue Online Access Isa pays 1.38%, but the account runs only until December next year.
Virgin Money Double Take E-Isa also pays 1.38%, although you are restricted to two withdrawals a year. Paragon Bank’s Limited Edition Cash Isa pays 1.37% with no withdrawal restrictions or end date.
The top two-year deals are 1.82% from Bank of Cyprus UK, or 1.81% from Charter Savings Bank.