|Account name||Inheritance ISA|
|What is the interest rate?|| |
Interest is calculated daily and added to this account annually in March.
|Can Santander change the interest rate? |
|Yes, the rate can go up or down e.g. in response to industry and market conditions. If the rate goes down, we’ll let you know around 14 days before the rate changes.|
|What would the estimated balance be after 12 months based on a £1,000 and a £10,000 deposit?|| |
Estimates assume the account is opened and deposit is made on 1st March and no change to interest rates.
These illustrations are only examples and don’t take into account individual circumstances.
|How do I open and manage my account?|| |
This account will enable the spouse/civil partner of a deceased Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) saver to benefit from an additional ISA allowance. Individuals will be permitted to save an additional amount in an ISA, up to the value of their deceased spouse or civil partner’s ISA savings at the time of death, without this amount counting against their normal ISA subscription limit.
To open the account you must be:
APS allowance transfers
The account does not accept the transfer in of existing ISA funds including APS deposits, already paid to another ISA provider.
You can transfer funds in your cash ISA to another provider, you will need to contact your new ISA provider to arrange this.
You can deposit up to the value of the deceased spouse or civil partner's ISA savings at the time of death.
Deposits can be made in branch or via post and must be accompanied by a completed APS Additional Permitted Subscription Eligibility Declaration Form.
Manage the account
|Can I withdraw money?|| |
Yes, withdrawals can be made in branch.
Any money that you withdraw yourself from this cash ISA will lose its tax-free status and if repaid back into this cash ISA, will count towards your APS allowance. If repaid back into another ISA, it will count towards your current tax years ISA limit.
We aren’t offering additional flexibility on ISAs but some providers are offering this feature. Those providers may allow you to replace funds that you have withdrawn with them without affecting the ISA limit.
|Additional information|| |
You can cancel the account within 14 days of opening and your money will be returned in full with interest. It’s not possible to cancel a transfer of an APS allowance once the transfer process is completed.
The favourable tax treatment of ISAs may change in the future.
The Inheritance ISA is subject to availability. Rates and information correct as at 16 November 2016.
Please read the full product details and terms & conditions before applying. Other accounts are available; see our ISA range to find out more
You can make deposits into your Inheritance ISA:
Deposit requests must be accompanied by a completed Additional Permitted Subscriptions Eligibility Declaration Form. Requests should be sent to the address below
9 Nelson Street
Transferring an APS allowance from an external provider
You must complete the APS transfer Authority form and have an open Inheritance ISA.
If your deceased spouse had an ISA with another ISA provider you can transfer in the additional allowance from that ISA provider. If you have already made an APS subscription with that provider you will then not be able to transfer the remaining APS allowance to another ISA provider. The account does not accept the transfer in of existing ISA funds held with other ISA managers.
Once you have funded this cash ISA, you can transfer the funds held in this cash ISA, in full or part, both to another Santander cash ISA and also to another ISA provider. If you wish to transfer out funds held in your cash ISA please contact your new ISA provider who will arrange the transfer for you. Any funds paid into this cash ISA in this tax year will not count towards your current tax year limit if transferred to another ISA.
Everything you need to know before you apply
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Please read full product details and terms & conditions before applying.
You can apply for an Inheritance ISA if you:
are at least 16 years of age
are the spouse or civil partner of Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) savers who died on or after 3 December 2014 and were living with the deceased at the time of their death, not separated under an order of a court or a deed of separation or not separated in circumstances where the separation was likely to become permanent.
Apply in branch
Find your nearest branch or call 0800 085 1553 to make an appointment. Lines are open 8am to 9pm Monday-Friday and 8am to 4pm Saturday. You will need to bring proof of your name and address and ID along with the details of the original account holder.
Rates and information correct as at 1 November 2016.
If you have not already made any APS payments with the deceased's ISA provider, you can transfer your APS allowance to us by completing the APS transfer authority form. You must have an open Inheritance ISA. Inheritance ISA Transfer form
You can deposit the funds in branch or send a cheque to the address below. Please note that Deposit requests must be accompanied by a completed APS declaration. Additional Permitted Subscriptions Deposit declaration Form
9 Nelson Street
You must be a UK resident aged 16 or over and you must be a spouse or civil partner of Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) savers who died on or after 3 December 2014.
The easiest way to change your address and contact details (including your telephone number and email address) is to do it via Online Banking. It will be changed instantly.
If you have a joint account you can only change your own name and/or address within Online Banking. If both names and/or addresses need to be changed, both account holders must log on to their own Online Banking and change their own details.
You can also change it by telephone or in branch.
1. Online Banking (instant):
Log on and update your details instantly from within the "My Details & Settings" tab.
Choose 'Change personal details' from the left hand menu and then click 'Change address'.
Enter your new details (including postcode) and follow the onscreen instructions.
Please note: You will need to enter a One Time Passcode (OTP) to complete this change, so make sure you have your mobile phone to hand.
2. By telephone (for current account and savings customers):
3. In branch:
Complete a change of details form by
Take the form to your local branch together with relevant account documentation:
Your cash card, passbook or certificate and;
Signature bearing identification such as a full UK driving licence or valid EEA passport (this includes UK passport).
If you would like to discuss our identification requirements please call us on 0800 9 123 123 and we will be happy to help. Lines open 7am to 11pm Monday to Saturday and 8am to 10pm Sundays.
Important information for customers with alerts: If you have Account alerts set up on your account and you want these to be sent to your updated telephone number and/or email address, then you will need to amend your alerts via the 'Account Services' tab in Online Banking as they are not automatically updated when you change your details.
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All our ISAs allow access to your money but there may be restrictions or charges that vary depending on which ISA it is that you hold.
Be aware that if you take money out, and you wish to put it back later, this will count against your annual ISA allowance for that tax year. This means that if you have already used up your annual ISA allowance, any money you take out cannot then be put back in during the same tax year.
From 6 April 2016 Santander cash ISAs will continue to work as they do today, we will not be offering additional flexibility but some providers will be changing the way in which their ISAs work. Take a look at our information pages to learn more.