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Notice Accounts – Approx 1 month
Using a Notice Account, will generally, although not always, see an increased rate of interest compared to Instant Access Savings accounts.
Accounts are available to suit a range of needs, and generally require notice of between one and six months, with the interest rate rising the longer the notice period.
The accounts shown on this page require savers to give notice of approximately one month before they can access their savings.
With some accounts your money can still be withdrawn without notice but this can result in a penalty in the form of lost interest. Savers should always check the terms and conditions of the account to confirm exactly when you can withdraw your savings and what the penalty might be.
As with other types of savings accounts Notice Accounts often come with an initial bonus rate of interest, care should be taken to remember when this introductory rate is removed as the interest rate will generally become uncompetitive.
Unless they are held as a Cash ISA (Individual Savings Account) the interest will be taxed for all taxpaying savers.