*Rates applicable to accounts opened from 9 May 2014. To see rates applicable to accounts opened before 9 May 2014 please see our interest rates for personal accounts (including discontinued accounts) . Interest rate quoted is Annual Equivalent Rate (AER) and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. Tax-free is the contractual rate of interest payable where the interest is exempt from Income Tax. The benefit to you of the favourable tax treatment for ISAs depends on your individual circumstances and may vary in the future.

  • ISA (Individual Savings Account) savers can invest in two ISAs each tax year; one cash ISA and one stocks and shares ISA.
  • The maximum annual subscription limit for ISAs is £15,000 this tax year, which can either be saved fully in a cash ISA, invested fully in a stocks and shares ISA or split between the two types.
  • The money you pay into any ISA is counted as a subscription. Interest that you earn on the money will not count as a subscription.
  • You are only allowed to pay into one cash ISA in each tax year.
  • If you change your mind about having a Triodos Online Cash ISA, you can cancel it and change it to another account type within 30 days of opening the account with no charge, and without affecting your ISA subscription limits (so you can open another cash ISA in the same tax year). We will pay you interest for the period your money was with us.

Alternatively, we have a range of other cash ISAs available including fixed rate and Junior ISA accounts many of which can be managed online. See our full range of ethical cash ISAs here

Triodos Bank Terms and Conditions and Tariff of charges apply. See interest rates for all our accounts.