The permanent tsb Online Instant Access Account is great if you need to dip in and out of your savings during the month.
This online savings account is perfect if you don't want to save regularly every month but want to be free to transfer at any particular time.
You can make withdrawals by transferring your savings to your permanent tsb Current Account, Notice Account or Demand Deposit account. You can also transfer to an account held in another bank. For account closures you must write to the address below and you will receive a cheque in the post.
permanent tsb Deposit Services
56-59 St. Stephen's Green
Log on to www.open24.ie to apply for your savings account and follow a few simple steps:
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The above calculation is based on a set of assumptions (see below) and is intended to provide you with a guide as to the potential gross interest return that may be applicable. The actual return that you receive may vary from this calculation where your account does not operate as per these assumptions.
* 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.
** Gross Return Interest is calculated daily and payable at the end of the term for a fixed term deposit account or annually at the relevant interest payment date for a demand/ notice variable rate account. The interest payable assumes that the lump sum is invested for the full fixed term period or a full year (365 days), as appropriate to the account type.
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