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ISAs

Take a look at our range of ISAs, compare benefits and find the right ISA for you

Compare our cash ISAs Manage your existing NatWest cash ISA Stocks & Shares ISA with NatWest Invest

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Help to Buy: ISA

A helping hand towards your first home



Full details & apply

Cash ISA

Instant access tax-free savings account 

Full details & apply

Fixed Rate ISA

Fixed interest rate tax-free account for one or two years 

Full details & apply
Decide if it’s right for you

If you are saving to buy your first home, save money into a Help to Buy: ISA and the UK Government will boost your savings by 25%.

You want tax-free savings and instant access to your money

You want tax-free savings and to know how much interest you’ll earn in advance. You’re happy to leave your money untouched while you save  

Interest

Help to Buy: ISA

Paid monthly

Cash ISA

Paid monthly  

Fixed Rate ISA

Paid annually  

AER
  • 2.00% AER on all balances
  • 1.98% tax free rate
Interest rate unit: AER/ tax-free p.a. (variable)

Tax-free p.a. (variable)/AER:

  • 0.10% for balances under £10,000
  • 0.25% for balances between £10,000 and £24,999.
  • 0.50% for balances between £25,000 and £49,999
  • 0.75% for balances over £50,000

 

1 year fixed

  • 0.80% for balances between £1,000 and £24,999
  • 0.85% for balances over £25,000

2 year fixed

  • 0.90% for balances between £1,000 and £24,999
  • 0.95% for balances over £25,000

Interest rates unit: AER/ tax-free p.a. (fixed)
Minimum deposit to open account

£1

£1

£1,000

Key conditions and limitations
  • You can save a maximum of £1,200 in the first calendar month of funding and then up to a maximum of £200 a month
  • Available to first time buyers aged 16 or over who are UK residents and have never owned a residential property or any interest in land in or outside the UK
  • The ISA allowance for the 2017/2018 tax year is £20,000
  • An Early Closure Charge may be applicable. 

Annual Equivalent Rate (AER) - This is a notional rate used for interest bearing accounts which illustrates the interest rate if paid and compounded each year. It helps you to compare the effective rates of credit interest on different accounts. Tax free p.a. – This means interest payable is exempt from UK income tax.

Common questions

What is a cash ISA?

ISA can be tricky to understand. We’re here to help with our simple ISA guide.

Read our ISA guide

How do I transfer an

ISA to NatWest?

You can transfer an existing cash or stocks & shares ISA to a cash ISA at NatWest. Our simple transfer process safeguards your tax-free entitlement.

Transfer an ISA

How do I reactivate a

NatWest cash ISA?

If you haven't paid you Cash ISA or Help to Buy: ISA for a full tax year, you can reactivate it here.

Reactivate a cash ISA

 

 

Stocks and shares ISA with natwest invest
Add your signposting title here… Stocks & Shares ISA with NatWest Invest

NatWest Invest is a brand new way to invest online. You decide the time, and you decide the level of risk.  It’s simple, you have control, and the beauty of it is you can invest:

  • From just £500
  • With a monthly contribution from £50
  • Into a stocks and shares ISA

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you invest. Tax rules may change in the future and any benefits to you depend on your individual circumstances.

NatWest Invest does not offer advice on your personal financial circumstances or the suitability of each investment fund for you. If you’re not sure you should speak to a financial adviser before investing.

You need to have online banking to use NatWest Invest.

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ISAs made simple

Find out how you can make the most of tax-free saving with our easy to follow ISA guide

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