Can I make more than one deposit?

Easy access and notice accounts

You can deposit money at any point, up to the maximum deposit amount.

Fixed rate bonds

You can add more money to your account as long as the product is still open for funding, up to the maximum deposit amount.

If your bond is removed from sale (we'll do this when we have new rates), you'll usually have seven days from removal to add any more funds to your account.

You can check if a product is withdrawn by checking our savings documentation page and checking the withdrawn product list.

You're welcome to take out an additional bond if you wish to deposit further funds.

Fixed rate bond ISAs

You can deposit up to the maximum ISA allowance per year into a fixed rate ISA, each tax year, up to the maximum deposit amount of the account. Even if your fixed rate bond has been withdrawn, you can still make a deposit if it's an ISA.

The ISA allowance for the 2024/25 tax year is £20,000. This means you can save £20,000 of new money into your ISA in this tax year.

Our Cash ISA maximum balance is £250,000 so you can transfer other ISA balances into your new Shawbrook ISA up to £250,000.

If these balances are from previous tax years, they do not count towards the £20,000 limit in the current tax year 2024/25.

If you're splitting your ISA allowance over several ISAs, the maximum deposit across all of your accounts is £20,000.

For more about ISAs, please look at our guide to ISAs.

If you've already opened an ISA with us this tax year, any other accounts would need to be from our standard, non-ISA range.

You can apply for any new products online by logging in as an existing customer.

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