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Our Cash ISA fixed rate bonds are limited offer Cash ISAs. The bonds pay a fixed interest rate for the duration of the bond, so you know how much your savings can grow.
Please note this offer may be withdrawn at any time.
The overall ISA limit for 2017/2018 is £20,000 with customers having the option to save all or some of their full allowance in cash, subject to the overall annual maximum amount of £20,000.
If you already have ISAs with Clydesdale Bank or any other provider, you can transfer them to one of our Cash ISAs at account opening. New subscriptions will be subject to the overall annual maximum limit of £20,000.
Issue 38 - fixed interest rate until 30th April 2018 of 0.75% tax free/AER*
Issue 39 - fixed interest rate until 31st May 2022 of 1.25% tax free/AER*
The Cash ISA fixed rate bond is designed for savers who don't need to access their funds before the stated maturity date. If you withdraw your money before that date, you will have to pay an early withdrawal charge based on the number of days to maturity, and the account will be closed. Full details in terms and conditions.
Anyone aged 16 years or over is eligible to apply for a Cash ISA, must be resident or ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and hold a National Insurance number (If you do not know it, you should be able to find your NI number on a payslip, form P45 or P60, a letter from the HM Revenue & Customs, a letter from the DWP, or pension order book). If you do not have a National Insurance number please call us to discuss.
The value of any tax benefits to you depends on your individual circumstances, the law and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) practice which are subject to change. The proceeds of an ISA are free from UK income tax and capital gains tax, provided all ISA conditions are met.
* Tax free means interest payable is exempt from income tax. AER - Annual Equivalent Rate illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.