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Topping up your Cash ISA accounts

It's easy to top up your Clydesdale Bank Flexi Cash ISA accounts.

The overall ISA limit for 20192019/2020 is £20,000 and for 2020/2021 is £20,000, with the option to save all or some of the full allowance in cash. You can put money into one cash ISA, one lifetime ISA, one stocks and shares ISA, and one innovative finance ISA each tax year. You can save up to £20,000 in one type of account or split the allowance across two or three types.

Tax Year End 2019/2020

Please note that due to the current tax year ending on non-banking days over a weekend,deposits for the 2019/2020 tax year will need to be received and completed before 5:00pm on Friday 3rd April 2020. If you are sending a cheque please ensure you allow sufficient time for it to be received via the post.

Transactions processed via any channel on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th April 2020 will be processed to the ISA on the next business day[1], Monday 6th April 2020. As this is the next tax year the deposits will be classed as a subscription to your 2020/2021 ISA Allowance.

Here's your options:

Terms and conditions

Take your completed Direct Debit or Standing Order Instruction Form to your local branch or post it to:

Cash ISA Team
Retail Product Fulfilment
Bering House
Mariner Court
Clydebank Business Park
G81 2NR

What Happens Next?

  • We will credit your account on the day the payment is received by us.
  • If you have instructed us to pay by Direct Debit or Standing Order, we will set this up for you on the date specified.
  • Every January we will send you an annual statement showing the value of your Cash ISA as at 31st December.

[1] Business Day means any day (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays) on which banks generally are open in the City of London for the transaction of normal banking business