Fixed Rate Bonds – Under 1 year

Disclaimer: The rates shown are for information purposes only. Although endeavours have been made to provide accurate and timely information, Investment Sense Ltd cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions of the information supplied.

All rates are subject to change without notice, please check with the bank or building society before investing. With fixed term notice savings accounts you can’t usually withdraw your money until the notice term has ended. Penalties may apply.

Eligible deposits are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme ‘FSCS’ up to a maximum level of £85,000 per person per registered institution.

Oxbury Bank Personal 6 Month Bond Account – Issue 1

AER
Notice/Term
Minimum Required
Account Opening
5.22%
6 Months
£1,000
Internet

Monument Bank 6 Month Fixed Term Deposit

AER
Notice/Term
Minimum Required
Account Opening
5.17%
6 Months
£25,000
Mobile

Gatehouse Bank 6 Month Fixed Term Woodland Saver

Expected Profit Rate
AER
Notice/Term
Minimum Required
Account Opening
5.15%
6 Months
£1,000
Internet

Zenith Bank (UK) Ltd 6 Month Fixed Term Deposit

AER
Notice/Term
Minimum Required
Account Opening
5.15%
6 Months
£1,000
Internet

Allica Bank 6-Month Fixed Term Savings Account (Issue 31)

AER
Notice/Term
Minimum Required
Account Opening
5.15%
6 Months
£10,000
Internet

Atom Bank 6 Month Fixed Saver

AER
Notice/Term
Minimum Required
Account Opening
5.10%
6 Months
£50
Via App

Fixed Rate Bonds – Under 1 year

The Fixed Rate Bonds shown on this page have a term of under one year, other terms of between one and five years are available, with the interest rate rising the longer a saver is prepared to tie up their savings.

A Fixed Rate Bond is a type of savings account within which the rate of interest remains fixed for a set period of time, and does not fluctuate with changes to the prevailing interest rates.

Nearly all Fixed Rate Bonds will allow a one off payment to open the bond with no additional deposits allowed during the term.

The majority of bonds do not allow early access and savers should always read the terms and conditions to ensure that the account opened is suitable for their needs.

Fixed Rate Bonds are an ideal way of maximising the interest rate, however careful forward planning is needed to make sure savings have not been tied up when they are needed.

There is a wide variety of bonds to choose from; however the best rates may only be available for a short period of time, meaning it is worthwhile regularly checking the market to ensure that you select the account with the most competitive rate of interest to invest into.