What is a fixed rate savings account, deposit or bond?
A fixed rate deposit or bond is a type of savings account that pays you a fixed amount of interest or profit in return after you’ve locked your cash away for a set period of time. You won't be able to access your money until the end of the term.
- When can I close a notice account in my Cash savings hub?
- What is the make good policy?
- How does the Cash savings hub work?
- How long does it take for payments to clear into/from my transit account?
- How do I close a notice account?
- Why do I need to pay £1 into my Cash savings hub before I can fund it from my Dealing account?