Advanced Search

HALIFAX FIXED RATE ISA SAVER
Halifax Fixed rate ISA Saver (Cash ISA)
        
Choose to save over 1 to 5 years with the peace of mind that you will have a fixed rate of interest with the Halifax Fixed Rate Saver. Open your account from 500 and manage your savings in branch, by telephone and online. Please note that interest rates are fixed on receipt of your opening deposit.
Location: UK
Advantages:
1. Manage your savings in branch, by telephone and online. If you use our online banking service, you can view your balance and recent transactions
2. If you have an ISA with another provider and want to take advantage of our ISA promise and interest rates, you can transfer your ISA to us now
3. It is easy to manage your account.
4. Interest will be paid tax free
Disadvantages:
1. Minimum opening balance: 500
2. No withdrawals allowed
3. No additional deposits after account opening
Services:
Interest paid annually into your ISA. This will not count towards your annual subscription.

AER Rate: 4.25%- 4.50%
Interest Paid: Maturity
Notice Period: Early closure permited
Min Deposit: 500
Max Deposit: 5,100
Initial Fee: 0.00
Exit Fee: 0.00
Annual Management Fee: 0.00

Products:
No withdrawals allowed
Suitable For:
A fixed rate of interest.
Conditions:
You must be over the age of 16 years old
Restrictions:
No withdrawals allowed
Introductory Offer:
N/A
Terms and Conditions:
See website for terms and conditions.
        

News and ChartsNEWS / CHARTS

For once we are seeing Car Insurance Prices Drop since 2014
31 August 2018 - Which Way To Pay
A statement released last week , states that Car Insurance can be dropping by as much as 11% .
Read More >>
Is Everything covered for that Big Day ? Wedding Insurance
31 August 2018 - Which Way To Pay
Planning your wedding is one of the happiest times in your life , however we always need to make sure that we are covered for every penny spent . Wedding Insurance is a Must
Read More >>
Forever monitoring your endowment policy ?
08 April 2017 - Which Way To Pay
If this is your case then why not sell your policy on to make yourself some cash , and get what its worth.
Read More >>