Your eligible deposits with Coventry Building Society are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit guarantee scheme. Any deposits you hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered.
For joint accounts eligible deposits are protected up to £170,000.
Do you want a competitive tax-free fixed rate of interest? Can you put away a lump sum until the end of 30.11.2020?
We’ve designed this ISA for your 2019/2020 annual ISA allowance and/or some or all of your previous years’ ISA savings.
(Fixed until 30.11.2020)
The interest rate is fixed until 30.11.2020
We calculate the interest daily and pay it annually, at the end of 30 November. Interest can be added to the account or paid into another suitable account.
The interest rate is fixed.
No matter what happens to interest rates generally, we won’t change the rate for this account until it matures at the end of 30 November 2020.
This would be the balance after 19 months if £1,000 was paid in on 1 May 2019, all interest was paid back into the account, and no money was taken out or paid in.
This illustration is just an example to help you compare accounts. It does not take into account any individual circumstances.
How to open and manage
How to put money into your account
You can’t take out part of the money
What happens when the ISA’s fixed period ends (matures)
Fixed Rate ISA (91) is not a flexible ISA
After you’ve opened the account, we won’t contact you to let you know when it closes to new investors. To find out if it’s still available, please contact us.
Interest on ISAs is paid tax-free, that is without tax deducted. ISAs are a savings scheme initiated by the Government and are subject to change by them. For example the favourable tax treatment may not be maintained.
* AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and added each year.
For full details, please see the Specific Terms for Fixed Rate ISA (91) and our Saving Accounts Terms and Conditions.
How to keep track of your account
We’ll issue you with a statement within a month of any money leaving your account. But don’t worry, we’ll never send you more than one statement a month.
You can receive your statements by post. Or, if you use Online Services, you can go paperless and we’ll send you reminders to view your statements.
If you change your mind
You have a 14 day cancellation period after you make your first payment into a Fixed Rate ISA (91). If you wish, you may change your mind and close the account within 14 days without notice, charge or loss of interest.
To do this, ask at any branch, call us on 0800 121 8899 or write to us at Oakfield House, PO Box 600, Binley Business Park, Coventry CV3 9YR.
If you do close the account within the 14 days, it will be treated as if this ISA was never opened, so you’d still be able to pay some/all of your annual ISA allowance into another cash ISA in the same tax year.
Not sure what to do?
We’re keen to help you make the right choice – have a chat with our specialists at any branch or by calling 0800 121 8899.
If you’re not happy with our service
Please let us know. We take care to deal with problems quickly, thoroughly and fairly. You can ask us for a copy of our leaflet 'What to do if you have a complaint' which explains the steps we follow when someone reports a problem. If you’re still not satisfied when we’ve finished our complaints procedure, you can take your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service. For more information about the Ombudsman Service, financial-ombudsman.org.uk.
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