120 Days’ Notice (Issue 1)

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  • Adult Savers Application Form


  • 120 Days’ Notice Summary Box


  • Identification Requirements


  • Notice Account Withdrawal Form


  • FSCS Information Sheet


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Summary Box

Account name 120 Days’ Notice (Issue 1)
What is the interest rate? 0.90% Gross PA / AER*
Interest is calculated on a daily basis and added to your account annually on 31st December.
Can Harpenden Building Society change the interest rate? Yes, we have the right to vary the rate of interest. If we decrease the interest rate, we will notify you 120 days in advance of the change.

Please refer to Condition 7 of our General Terms and Conditions for Retail Savings Accounts (available in our branches and our website) which sets out the reasons for which we may change the rate and the procedure for doing so.
What would the estimated balance be after 12 months based on a £1,000 deposit? The estimated balance after 12 months based on an initial deposit of £1,000 would be £1,009.00.

This projection is provided as an example only and doesn’t take into account your individual circumstances. We have worked this out assuming a £1,000 deposit is made on account opening and no further deposits or withdrawals are made throughout the year.
How do I open and manage my account? You must be at least 18 years old and a UK resident and may only hold one account of this type. You must also have held another adult savings account with the society since at least prior to 1st January 2022 – this can include joint accounts. This account can be opened in branch or by post.

Minimum balance: £1,000
Maximum balance: £100,000

Please follow the guidance in our ‘Identification Requirements’ document available in branch and online. You can manage this account in our branches, by post or online (subject to the terms and conditions of our online services). Deposits can be made by cash (up to £3,000 per day) and cheque, in our branches and by post, or by bank transfer
Can I withdraw money? Yes, withdrawals and closure of the account require 120 days’ notice, which can be provided via our Notice Account Withdrawal Form in branch or via post (in both cases you will be required to provide your account passbook). Withdrawal instructions can also be made by using our online services.

You will not be permitted to reduce the balance in your account to less than the minimum balance, unless you are closing the account. Withdrawals can be made by cash (up to £500 per day) and cheque, in our branches and by post, or via faster payment (up to £100,000, or above that amount via CHAPS).
Additional information The Society reserves the right to withdraw this product without notice at any time. Interest is paid gross without tax deducted. Some savers may be required to pay tax on their savings interest - this should be arranged directly with HMRC through your tax return.

Your tax treatment will depend on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.

* The gross rate (PA) is the rate before deducting tax at the rate applicable to savings income. The annual equivalent rate (AER) is a notional rate which illustrates what the gross interest rate would be if the interest was paid and added to the account annually

The information contained in this table forms part of the terms and conditions of the account and should be read in conjunction with ourGeneral Savings Account Terms and Conditions for Retail Savings Accounts.

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