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|Balance||AER %||Gross %||Net %|
|£1 - £2,500||2.50||2.47||1.98|
These interest rates are correct as at 23/11/2009.
Interest rates are variable.
Interest is paid quarterly.
To open an Under 19s account, you must be aged between 11 and 18. You can apply for an account at your local branch.
If you’re aged between 11 and 15
You’ll need two forms of ID, such as your passport or birth certificate, as well as proof of your parent’s identity and address.
If you’re over 16
You don’t need to be accompanied by a parent, but you need to bring in two forms of ID and proof of your address.
To open an Under 19s Account, you must be aged between 11 and 18.
You’ll need two forms of ID, such as passport or birth certificate, as well as proof of your parent’s identity and address.
If you’re over 16, you don't need to be accompanied by a parent but need to bring in two forms of ID and proof of your address.
Apply at your local branch
Are you at university? Try our Student Account.
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AER (Annual Equivalent Rate) - the rate if interest was paid and compounded once a year. Gross rate - the rate before we take off income tax. Rates are variable and interest is paid quarterly.