Julian Hodge Bank Fixed Rate Bonds

Compare Fixed Rate Bonds

Julian Hodge Bank fixed rate bonds offer long term protection for your cash in addition to high interest rates and guaranteed returns. So, if you can afford to lock your cash away, a fixed rate bond could be for you.  However, before you choose a Julian Hodge fixed rate bond, use our comparison table below to see some of the best fixed rate deals on the market at the moment:

Fixed Rate Bond Selection
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2.01%

per annum

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  • Earn 2.01% AER for deposits between £500 and £250,000.
  • Minimum opening balance of £500; maximum balance £250,000.
  • Interest paid monthly or annually
  • Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older
  • No withdrawals permitted.

1.80%

per annum

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  • Earn 1.80 gross/AER fixed for 4 years
  • Save from £1,000 - £250,000
  • Monthly and annual interest options
  • Online savings account 
  • Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older
  • No withdrawals allowed
  • Bond designed to be held for full term

1.61%

per annum

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  • Earn 1.61% AER for deposits between £500 and £250,000.
  • Minimum opening balance of £500; maximum balance £250,000.
  • Interest paid monthly or annually
  • Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older
  • No withdrawals permitted.

1.53%

per annum

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  • Earn 1.53% AER for deposits between £500 and £250,000.
  • Minimum opening balance of £500; maximum balance £250,000.
  • Interest paid monthly or annually
  • Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older
  • No withdrawals permitted.

1.35%

per annum

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  • Earn 1.35% AER for deposits between £500 and £250,000.
  • Minimum opening balance of £500; maximum balance £250,000.
  • Interest paid monthly or at maturity
  • Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older
  • No withdrawals permitted.

0.80%

per annum

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  • Minimum opening balance of £1,000, up to a maximum balance of £1,000,000
  • Interest paid on maturity
  • Available as a single or joint account
  • Covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme)
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older
  • No withdrawals permitted.
Short Term Fixed Rate Bonds (0-2 years)
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1.00%Instant AccessApply Now >
  • Earn 1.00% AER Gross.
  • No penalties, fees or notice periods
  • Free unlimited payments and withdrawals
  • Deposit from £100
  • Interest paid monthly or annually
  • 7 day support
  • Covered by the French Depositor Compensation Scheme
  • Apply in minutes
  • Must be UK resident and aged 18 or older

Features of the Julian Hodge fixed rate bonds include:


  • Tiered interest rates
  • Minimum deposit of £1,000
  • Guaranteed returns
  • Bonds from 7 days to 6 years
  • Cannot close account early
  • Further deposits may be added to an account during its term but only whilst the interest rate payable on the account is the same as the rate on offer for new accounts
  • No withdrawals can be made during the term

 

Because fixed rate bonds can vary, it is worth comparing a range of fixed rate deals before you choose a Julian Hodge Bank fixed rate bond.


Other savings options

As a fixed rate bond requires you to lock your money away for a period of time you may wish to consider some alternative savings plans before you commit to a bond:


  • Tracker bonds – These are similar to fixed rate, but instead of your interest rate staying consistent throughout the bond’s term, it will change in reflection to any increases or decreases in the Base Rate set by the Bank of England. This means if during the term the base rate raises you will benefit from an increase in how much you receive in interest, if however it decreases you will receive less.

 

  • Structured Deposits – Like a bond a structured deposit requires you to lock up your funds for a period of time. This type of plan is normally tied to an index such as the FTSE 100. If over the plan the index or indices perform in a certain way you will receive your original investment back plus an interest payment typically larger than those offered by bonds or savings accounts. However if it does not perform in a certain way set out at the start of the plan you will receive your investment back but will no gains on it, so it is a risk that needs to be carefully considered beforehand.

 

  • Savings Account – Savings accounts generally earn less interest than bonds or structured deposits, however most instant access savings accounts will let you make unlimited free withdrawals from your account, which could be advantageous for people who feel they might suddenly need access to their savings.