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NatWest Savings

Find the right ISA account

Make the most of your 2019/20 £20,000 ISA allowance

Our Cash ISAs

Compare the benefits of our cash ISAs and find the right one for you depending on if you want instant access or not. Interest is paid directly into your account to help your ISA savings grow.

Must be 16 or over and UK resident. Tax free interest means interest payable is exempt from UK income tax.

Cash ISA

Making the most of your £20,000 ISA allowance

Great for tax-free flexible saving

Open the account with as little as £1

Take money out whenever you need it
 

You must not have subscribed to a cash ISA in the same tax year
 

Fixed Rate ISA

Fixed interest for long term savings

Get peace of mind for one or two year terms

Choose a term and open your account with £1,000

Fix your interest rate and watch your savings grow


No withdrawals or deposits during the term, Early Closure Charges may apply  

Our Stocks and Shares ISA

Investment values can fall and rise, your capital is at risk.

A simple way to get your money working harder

Invest from a choice of five ready-made investment funds, each with a different level of investment risk from 'low' to 'high'

Discover the fund that best matches your attitude to risk and investment goals

Eligibility criteria, fees and charges apply.

How to get started with an ISA

Understanding ISAs

Not sure about ISAs? Let us guide you through what an ISA is, the benefits of having an ISA and types that we offer.
 

View our ISA guide

Transferring your ISA

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

View our ISA transfer form

Manage your existing NatWest ISA

Understand what to do to apply for ISA inheritance allowance or simply how to get started with your Cash ISA. 

Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Your eligible deposits with NatWest are protected up to a total of £85,000, by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit guarantee scheme.

Find out more about the scheme and how it protects your money.