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Demand Deposit Account

We know commitment is hard. With our Demand Deposit Account, you’re free to withdraw from your savings account whenever you like.

Free your savings

  • Access your savings at any time from any permanent tsb ATM.
  • Save as much or as little money as you like.
  • Lodge your funds at any time.
  • Withdraw your savings at any time.

Get an ATM card

You'll get an ATM card for your Demand Deposit Account which means you can withdraw your savings, any time, at any permanent tsb ATM. Government stamp duty applies.

Save money your way

With a Demand Deposit Account from permanent tsb, you can lodge monthly payments, lump sums, or both. Plus you can use internet and telephone banking to make transfers into and out of your current account.

Demand Deposit rate below:

Gross Interest Rate AER (yearly interest)  Required Balance
0.01% 0.01% €0.01+

You’ll receive your interest, minus DIRT (Deposit Interest Retention Tax), on the first working day after 20 November each year. A variable rate means that your interest may change from time to time.

Annual Equivalent Rate (AER) illustrates what the interest would be if interest was paid and compounded each year. Our AER calculation assumes that the account is held for a year and that the interest rate remains constant.

Or call us on +353 1 215 1349
Or call us on +353 1 215 1349

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