Get 3% AER (variable) tax free, deposit up to £1,200 in the first calendar month and save up to £200 a month thereafter. Minimum opening deposit £1
The Government will top this up by 25% up to a maximum of £3,000 (minimum £400). Bonus is only eligible on homes in the UK with a purchase value of £450,000 or less in London and £250,000 or less in all other parts of the UK. Other restrictions apply - see product T&Cs
You can withdraw money from your Help to Buy: ISA but these funds will lose their tax-free status. Any funds you want to pay back in will be subject to your monthly deposit limit
You must be 16 or over, UK resident for tax purposes and a first time buyer
Easy access eSaver with a variable rate of 1.10% gross pa/AER
Online account with easy access to your savings as you need them
Open the account with a minimum of £1 by internal transfer from another Skipton Building Society account, electronic payment from another UK bank or building society or debit card (£5 minimum). Maximum investment of £1,000,000
Withdrawals are permitted without notice apart from within the first 14 days from receipt of funds on opening. You must be 16 or over to open this account
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