Savings accounts from Nationwide

We offer a range of savings accounts including cash ISAs, fixed and variable interest rate savings accounts, business accounts and more.

Already have a Nationwide savings account? Log into the Internet Bank (This link will open in a new window) to see your current interest rate, or visit our support pages where you can find all our interest rates and other useful information.

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Thought about investing?

Our Stocks and Shares ISA is a tax-efficient way to invest. If you're happy to invest for at least 6 years, it could help you beat inflation and build a nest egg for the future. You'll need to be 18 or over and a Nationwide member.

Stocks and Shares ISA

Not sure where to start?

If you are finding if difficult to decide what type of account may suit your needs take a look at our Saving accounts explained page, and we have a range of guides to help you.

Make the most of your savings

In today's low interest rate environment you may be wondering how to make your money work harder, take a look at our handy guide.

Make the most of your savings

Saving for a rainy day

We all know how important it is to save for a rainy day, why not read our guide on how to build a safety net?

Building a safety net

Tax-free savings

You can protect your savings from tax by putting them in a cash ISA. Our guide explains how they work and looks at other tax-efficient options.

Tax-free savings

Jargon explained

AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.
Gross p.a. is the interest rate without tax deducted.
Net p.a. is the interest rate after the deduction of tax.
Tax-free is the contractual rate of interest payable where interest is exempt from income tax.
The tax information provided is based on our understanding of current law and HM Revenue & Customs practice, both of which may change.