An additional ISA allowance that is available to the surviving spouse or civil partner of an ISA holder who died on or after 3rd December 2014. The APS allowance is equal to the value of the Cash ISA funds held by the deceased at the date of death and is available on top of the normal annual ISA allowance.
Eligibility for an APS allowance and its use are subject to a number of rules and requirements. To find out more, please contact us on 0161 923 8065.
Stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and shows you what the rate would be if interest was paid and added to your account each year.
Clearing House Automated Payment System. An electronic payment system which allows you to make withdrawals and deposits on your investment accounts. There is a charge for CHAPS withdrawals, please refer to the Savings Tariff of Charges.
This is an account where you can access your money without notice or penalty.
We are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). The FSCS can pay compensation to depositors if a building society is unable to meet its financial obligations.
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This is the contractual rate of interest payable before the deduction of income tax.
An Individual Savings Account (ISA) is a type of savings account. If you save in a cash ISA you do not pay tax on the interest earned, unlike an ordinary savings account, where interest may subject to tax depending on your personal circumstances.There are four types of ISA; cash ISAs, stocks and shares ISAs, innovative finance ISAs and lifetime ISAs. In each tax year you can put money into one of each, subject to the annual ISA allowances and eligibility requirements.
This is the maximum amount that you can invest in an account as specified in the Key Product Features.
This is the minimum amount that you can invest in an account as specified in the Key Product Features.
This is the rate paid after the deduction of income tax. Net rates are illustrative only and assume tax is accounted for at a rate of 20%. From 6th April 2016, all interest on savings accounts is payable without deduction of tax and net rates are no longer applicable.
This is an account where you have to give a specified period of notice before you can withdraw your funds. Some notice accounts allow you to withdraw immediately subject to a loss of interest.
Subject to your account terms, a penalty may be incurred for withdrawal or closure. For example, if withdrawals and closure are available immediately subject to a 60 day interest penalty and you make an instant withdrawal, you would be penalised the equivalent of 60 days loss of interest on the amount withdrawn.
This is an allowance that enables basic rate taxpayers to earn up to £1,000 of savings interest tax-free per year and higher rate taxpayers to earn up to £500 of savings interest tax-free per year. There is no allowance for additional rate taxpayers.
This shows the amount of interest your account has earned and the amount of tax you have paid in any tax year that your account has been open up to and including the tax year ended 5th April 2016 (all interest in subsequent tax years is paid without deduction of income tax). These are provided on request from the Society.
This means that the interest rate you receive will depend on how much money you have in the account. When the balance goes above a certain level, you automatically earn the higher rate of interest. See the Key Product Features of your account to find out whether your account offers a tiered interest rate.