How do I withdraw money from my account?

You can request a withdrawal by logging into your eSavings account online by selecting withdrawals and following the on-screen steps.

How much you can withdraw and how often will depend on the type of account:

Cash ISAs

All our ISAs allow withdrawals but if you choose a fixed cash ISA, you’ll be charged an interest fee for any withdrawals. Our easy access cash ISA allows fee-free withdrawals but redepositing is less flexible than a standard easy access account, as you’ll need to keep within your £20,000 tax-free allowance.

Fixed rate bonds

With a fixed rate bond, you can’t withdraw money until the end of the term – also known as when the account reaches maturity. If you think you may need your savings before the maturity date, a notice account or easy access account may be more suitable for you.

Notice accounts

Withdrawals can only be made subject to the notice period of the account, which is either 45 or 120 days. Just let us know you want to access your savings, and we’ll send your money to your nominated account when the notice period has passed.

Easy access

With an easy access account, there are no limitations on the number of withdrawals you can make up to the full balance, but the account is subject to minimum withdrawal amounts. Our standard easy access accounts have a minimum withdrawal amount of £500.

Find out more about withdrawal restrictions.

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