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This comparison simply includes all savings accounts.

FlexDirect Current Account Nationwide
Open With £1000
Account Type Current Account
Interest AER 5.00%

Why we like it: 5.00% interest for 12 months on balances up to £2,500 for the first year. You must pay in £1,000 or more each month to receive interest (excluding transfers from any Nationwide account held by you or anyone else). 12 month fee-free arranged overdraft available. No monthly fee. Must be aged 18 or older.

RCI Bank
Freedom Savings Account RCI Bank
Min deposit £100
Term Instant Access
Interest AER 1.30%

Why we like it: MARKET LEADING RATE. No notice period. Deposit from £100. Interest paid monthly or annually. Apply in minutes.

Habib Bank Zurich
Fixed Rate Bond Habib Bank Zurich
Min deposit £1000
Term 1 Year
Interest AER 1.85%

Why we like it: Minimum deposit £1000. No withdrawals permitted. Apply online. Eligible deposits covered by UK FSCS.

Masthaven Bank
Flexible Term Saver Masthaven Bank
Min deposit £500
Term 30 Months
Interest AER 2.11%

Why we like it: 30 month term. Interest can be paid monthly or annually. Minimum deposit £500, Maximum deposit £250,000. No withdrawals permitted. FSCS Protected

RCI Bank
Fixed Rate Bond RCI Bank
Min deposit £1000
Term 3 Years
Interest AER 2.31%

Why we like it: Save from £1,000 to £1,000,000. No withdrawals before the end of the term. RCI Bank are protected up to a total of €100,000 by the FGDR (Fonds de Garantie Dépôts et de Résolution), the French deposit protection scheme. Apply online.

Fixed Rate Bond Vanquis
Min deposit £1000
Term 4 Years
Interest AER 2.52%

Why we like it: Minimum deposit £1,000. Interest paid monthly or annually. Apply online. Eligible deposits covered by UK FSCS.

Fixed Rate Bond Vanquis
Min deposit £1000
Term 5 Years
Interest AER 2.70%

Why we like it: Minimum deposit £1,000. Interest paid monthly or annually. Apply online. Eligible deposits covered by UK FSCS.

Compare Teachers Building Society savings accounts

The right savings account can help you reach your savings goals quickly. Flexibility, interest rate, minimum deposit and maximum balance are just a few factors to consider when looking for a new savings account.

Easy Access Savings Accounts

Easy access accounts are a common option for those who require flexibility with their savings, as they often permit unlimited withdrawals and provide interest on savings.

Teachers Building Society’s Easy Saver provides a modest rate of interest and allows you to withdraw from your savings at your convenience.

Notice Savings Accounts

Interest rates with notice savings accounts are typically higher than those found in some other savings accounts, but often require a number of days’ notice to make a withdrawal.

The Notice 35 account from Teachers Building Society requires 35 days’ notice, but has a higher interest rate than their easy access account.

Fixed Rate Bonds

If you are prepared to tie up your savings for a prolonged period of time, then you could look into your fix rate bond options. Fixed rate bonds generally have the most competitive interest rates on the market, guaranteed for the life of the bond, providing you do not touch your savings.

Teachers Building Society advertise a 1 year fixed rate bond that comes with their best interest rate.

Cash ISAs

The interest you earn on your savings is not the only factor to consider when looking at a savings option, as the amount of tax you may have to pay on the interest of your savings could be a factor as well.

If you are likely to earn a significant amount of money through the interest on your savings, you might want to open a cash ISA. By opening a cash ISA you can earn up to £20,000 tax-free interest on your savings.

Teachers Building Society offer two ISA options: Cash ISA and Cash ISA Notice 90. As a general rule ISAs do not provide the highest interest, but the option to earn tax-free interest cannot be ignored.

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