|Product Name||Minimum Balance||Interest Paid||Gross Interest %||AER %||Withdrawals|
|Passbook Offset Share Savings||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||Easy Access|
|Online Offset Share Savings||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||Easy Access. Online withdrawal limit of £10,000 per day.|
An offset share savings account means you may be able to offset your savings against your mortgage and only pay interest on the difference. You will not earn any interest on any balance in the Offset Share account as any investment up to the maximum limits permitted is being used to reduce the amount of interest charged on your mortgage.
Offset Share accounts are the only savings accounts which can be linked to a mortgage. An Offset Share can only be linked to one mortgage. The mortgage will be linked with an Offset Share to reduce the amount of interest charged on the mortgage. Mortgage interest will be calculated on the daily difference between the mortgage balance and the share account balance.
The Society has two Offset Share Savings accounts – the Passbook Offset Share Savings and Online Offset Share Savings.
Take a look at our Handy Guide to making the most of your savings.
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Not sure which account is right for you? Get in touch and our experienced staff will be happy to talk you through your options and help find the best offset savings account for you.
How safe are your savings?
You may be worried that if you tie your money up in a savings account, it won't be protected. However, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme is an independent body that serves as a last resort to cover most deposits, including savings up to the value of £85,000. So, if for some reason your bank or building society failed, your money is protected by the FSCS.
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