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Compare Fixed-rate ISAs
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You may get a higher rate of interest than with other accounts available when you open the account and you won't lose out if interest rates fall.
You can't access your money until the end of the fixed period and you won't benefit if interest rates rise. You can only pay up to £20,000 a year into an ISA.

Terms Explained


Annual equivalent rate. How much interest you'll get in a year.

Revert-to rate (AER)

The interest rate the account reverts to after any introductory bonus rate.

Minimum initial deposit

The minimum amount you have to pay in to open the account.

Online account

Whether the account can be managed online.

Which? customer score

Which? score based on overall customer satisfaction with the brand and how likely they are to recommend the brand to a friend.

ISA transfers allowed

Whether you can transfer money from another ISA into the account.

Further additions allowed

Whether you can pay in any more money after you've opened the account.

Minimum regular monthly deposit

The minimum amount you have to pay in each month.