How our calculation works:
We include all products that are available in the first year based on the initial and regular deposits you have chosen.
If you make regular additions, we assume they are done at the beginning of the period; eg if you pay in £100 a month; we assume it will be added on the first day of the month. For ISAs we assume you can only add the current years Cash ISA limit once each year.
If a product is not available for a full year or in the subsequent years you are comparing; we still include it, but we don’t add any further interest to it.
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