Compare Barnsley Fixed Rate Bonds
Barnsley Building Society fixed rate bonds help you to save by keeping your money locked away for a fixed amount of time, which can range from 1 to 5 years - often the longer you lock your money away for, the higher the rate you can get. We don't currently offer any Barnsley Building Society fixed rate bonds, but see the tables below to compare and apply online for some of the other latest deals:
If you are considering putting your savings into a fixed rate bond, see the tables above to view the range of fixed rate bonds currently available and compare leading deals to see how Barnsley Building Society fixed rate bonds measure up. Once you put your savings into most types of fixed term bonds you won’t be able to access your savings again until the term is up unless you incur some sort of forfeit which could mean you get back less than you originally put in, this makes shopping around important before you take one out.
Features of Barnsley Building Society fixed rate bonds normally include:
- Guaranteed fixed rate for the term of the bond
- A choice of monthly or annual interest payments
- Save from £1,000 to £2million
- No withdrawals or early closure
Barnsley Building Society fixed rate bonds are generally limited-offer savings products, which means they could be withdrawn at any time, so if you see one that suits your needs, you can apply online today and help your savings grow. Alternatively, see the table above to compare leading fixed rate bonds currently available.
Other things to consider
When thinking of taking out a fixed rate bond you may also want to think about if a tracker fixed term bond is a better option for you, these are similar to fixed rate bonds however the interest rate you receive will vary over the course of the term reflecting changes in the base rate set by the Bank of England. This means if interest rates improve during your bond term you will get a better rate, However if the Bank of England lowers the base rate the interest rate you receive will also decrease causing you to earn less.
Structured deposits may be another financial product that interests you. They also require you to lock your money up in a plan for a set period of time; however they generally offer higher interest rates than bonds.
Although they have the potentially to earn you more a return on your investment is not guaranteed with this type of plan. Structured deposits offer you returns based on the performance of a share index such as the FTSE 100. If over the period the index fails to perform in the way your plan specifies you may not earn any interest on your deposit, you will however still receive the full amount you received back.
If you think it would be better to have your savings readily available in case you need them then an instant access savings account might be a better choice for you. Although these tend to receive lower interest rates compared to bonds and structured deposits they do have the advantage that many will allow you to make unlimited withdrawals without any kind of penalty