Two Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA – Issue 29 – Maturity Date 31 March 2026
£10,000 or more
- Open with a minimum of £10,000.
- You can save your 2023/24 ISA allowance in this account, but we must receive this by 5th April 2024 as no further deposits will be accepted after this date.
- Partial withdrawals or transfers out are not allowed until the first working day after maturity, Wednesday 1st April 2026.
- Available to new members and existing members aged 18 years and over residing in the United Kingdom.
- A passbook will be issued when the account is opened.
- This is not a Flexible ISA.
|Two Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA – Issue 29 – Maturity Date 31 March 2026
|What is the Interest Rate?
|Can the Loughborough Building Society change the Interest Rate?
|What would the estimated balance be after 24 months based on a £10,000 deposit?
|How do I open and manage my account?
|Can I withdraw money?
What you need to know about ISAs
To make the most of tax-free savings you should fully understand how an ISA works. We recommend you read our guide which will give you important information to help you decide if our Cash ISA is right for you.
Terms and Conditions
Before opening this account please read our General Terms and Conditions.
Financial Services Compensation Scheme
We are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). The FSCS can pay compensation to depositors if a building society is unable to meet its financial obligations. It’s important that you read the FSCS Information Sheet. It provides basic information about the protection of your savings deposits.
Opening an account is easy and you can do that in any of our branches or by post.
Simply download, print and complete the application form. Then return your completed form, necessary identification and opening cheque or completed ISA Transfer Authority Form to your preferred branch or post it to Loughborough Building Society, 6 High Street, Loughborough LE11 2QB, alternatively, you can scan your completed, signed application and identity documents to [email protected]. An electronic payment can be made once the account is opened.
Cheques must be payable to the account holder.
For postal applications we will accept photocopy or scanned documents, not photographs. The copy must be a clear, readable version of the full original document.
You should read all the product information to ensure this account is right for you and also the Financial Services Compensation Scheme Information Sheet and our General Terms and Conditions.