NatWest Cash ISAs
NatWest cash ISAs are much like savings accounts, except you do not have to pay tax on the interest you earn. Whether you're looking to lock money away in return for a fixed rate of interest, or you want your money to be readily accessible, there is a range of NatWest cash ISAs available.
NatWest instant access ISAs
NatWest instant access ISAs let you take your money out when you need to, without penalty, while still offering attractive returns on your tax-efficient savings. You can also set up your own personal saving goals and watch your money grow, whether you're trying to save for something specific, or just for the future. You can transfer in from other ISAs, and manage your account by phone, post, online, or in branch. If you're looking for an account that doesn't require you to lock your money away for a fixed period, then NatWest instant access ISAs might be right for you.
NatWest fixed rate ISAs
NatWest fixed rate ISAs allow you to get a fixed return on your savings, without paying any income tax on the interest. These accounts offer savers a choice of fixed terms, from one to three years, so you can choose how long to lock your money away for. You can transfer money from other cash ISAs if you don't think you're getting the best rate with your current provider.
Stocks and Shares ISA
If you are undecided on whether to go for a cash or stocks and shares ISA, a key consideration is interest rates.
If you want to tackle inflation and you are happy to lock your money away for 5-plus years, then you should seriously consider a stocks and shares ISA.
NatWest stocks and shares ISAs
NatWest also offers a range of investment ISAs to suit different investors, whether novice or experienced.
In 1968 two banks dating from the 19th century - National Provincial and Westminster Bank - merged to form National Westminster Bank. Together these banks could trace their history back down the centuries through a lineage of prestigious constituents, dating back to the 1650s. In the 1990s, the bank adopted its new title of NatWest, by which it is still known today.
In March 2000, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group completed the acquisition of NatWest in a £21 billion deal that was the largest take-over in British banking history. NatWest is now part of one of the world's largest financial services groups.
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