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Whether you're saving for something important, or just want to put some money away for a rainy day, we offer a wide range of savings accounts that could be suitable for you.

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Cash ISAs

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If you're looking for a savings account, a Virgin Money Cash ISA may be your first port of call. Quite simply, as you don't pay tax on the interest you earn, it's a great way to make the most of your savings.

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Easy Access

If you'd like to make sure you can get your hands on your money quickly and conveniently, and don't want to tie it up for the long-term, we have a choice of short-term and easy access savings for you to choose from.

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Limited Access

If you don’t intend to make lots of withdrawals, or you know in advance when you’ll need your money, you could make your savings work harder with one of our limited access accounts.

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Fixed Term

If you want to benefit from a higher rate of interest by saving your money to mature over a fixed period, then our Bonds could be an option for you.

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Children's accounts

Whether you want to save for a child's future, or open their very first account, our Children's accounts are designed to provide that all-important head start in life.

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Top 5 questions

The top 5 questions about savings and ISAs.

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1 AER stands for the Annual Equivalent Rate and shows what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and added to the capital balance each year.
2 Gross P.A. is the rate of interest paid to eligible non-taxpayers without the deduction of tax.
3 The tax-free rate is the contractual rate of interest payable where interest is exempt from income tax.