If you have any questions about managing your Regular Saver ISA account, check the frequently asked questions below to see if we can help (just click the question and the answer will appear underneath). 

Please note: as of 1 April 2016 all Regular Saver ISA accounts were transferred into Instant ISA Saver accounts. These FAQs apply to Regular Saver ISA before 1 April 2016.

Additional deposits up to your annual ISA allowance can be made from non-ISA funds only by:

  • By transfer from another non-ISA Nationwide account in branch or via the Internet Bank *
  • Cheque or cash at any Nationwide branch
  • Bank credit/automated payment from an account held with another provider using the following details (we recommend you do this by the 25th of each month to ensure funds arrive by the end of the month):

    Sort code: 070093
    Account number: 33333334
    Roll/Ref: full ISA account number e.g. 1234/123456789

* Funds can be transferred from your Nationwide card account or instant access savings account using the Internet Bank. The easiest way is using the "Quick Transfer" menu on the left hand side of the Internet Bank screens. Your transfer will take place immediately and your ISA will be updated online to show the new balance.

Remember, transfers from existing ISAs are not accepted into this account.

There is no requirement to make any deposits into the account after the initial deposit. If you choose to make further deposits into the account, the minimum deposit is £1. The maximum deposit each calendar month is £1,270 until 1 March 2016. From 1 March 2016, the maximum monthly deposit limit will be removed and you can then deposit up to the annual ISA allowance.

Funds can only be transferred from your ISA to a card or instant access passbook account in the Internet Bank. This can be done via the standard transfer process. Your transfer will take place immediately and your account updated to show the new balance.

You can make a cheque withdrawal at any Nationwide branch.

You can replace any withdrawn cash ISA savings (in line with product requirements) within the same tax year to avoid impacting your annual ISA allowance. Replacement money has to be paid into your ISA in the same tax year to avoid impacting your annual ISA allowance.

To transfer your funds to another Nationwide ISA product, you will need to visit a Nationwide branch. You can transfer to an online Nationwide ISA via the Internet Bank.

To transfer your funds to another ISA provider, you will need to contact that provider who will arrange the transfer for you.

You can find your interest rate by logging into the Internet Bank, or visit our Savings section. Alternatively, you can ask at your local Nationwide branch or ring us on 0800 30 20 11.

Interest is paid either into your Regular Saver ISA, another savings account (subject to the terms and conditions of the receiving account) or to your current account on 31 March 2016. You can then withdraw it, but if you leave it in your ISA, it will continue to earn you tax-free interest which won't count towards your ISA allowance in following years.

From 1 April 2016, your funds were transferred into Instant ISA Saver Issue 5 and the interest rate and terms and conditions of that account now apply. Find out more about Instant ISA Saver.

A statement will be sent to you annually, as long as you have £100 or more in your account(s) when we produce the statement. You can also keep track of your account on the Internet Bank.

You can close your Regular Saver ISA by signing into the Internet Bank and requesting closure via the template under "other services". You will be able to select the Nationwide account you would like the funds transferred to. The funds will be transferred within 5 days.

Alternatively you can visit any Nationwide branch.

This account is for new ISA subscriptions only. Transfers from other ISAs into this account are not allowed. Please see the Terms and conditions for full details.

Find out which Nationwide cash ISAs you can transfer to.

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