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Personal Banking

No tax? It’s the icing on the cake

Pay into an ISA by 5 April to use your 2018/19 allowance of £20,000, and you won’t get taxed on any money your ISA makes.

The value of investments can fall. You may get back less than you invest. Tax rules can change, and individual effects vary.

Need us at the weekend?

We’ll be carrying out work on our payments system from midnight until midday on Sunday 24 February.
See how it could affect you.

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On your phone

Manage your money on your smartphone with our Barclays Mobile Banking app.

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Bank online

Online Banking gives you quick, secure and convenient access to your accounts.

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Cash ISAs

Try a sweeter way to save and use your 2018/19 ISA allowance of £20,000 by 5 April. You won’t get taxed on any interest your ISA makes.

Later life

Plan for the retirement you deserve

Whether you’re just starting to plan for it or already there, we’re here to help with a range of guides and services designed to help you get the most from your retirement.

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An easier way to get a mortgage

Get the right deal for you

We’ve made mortgages easier for you – with appointments at weekends and evenings, and an online Agreement in Principle to see if you could be eligible.    

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Find the right credit card for you

Whether you’re looking for your first credit card, want to buy now and spread the cost, or earn as you spend, there could be a Barclaycard for you. T&Cs apply. Subject to status.

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Investment ISA

Try a sweeter way to invest and use your 2018/19 ISA allowance of £20,000 by 5 April. You won’t get taxed on any money your ISA makes.

Investments can fall as well as rise in value. Tax rules can change and their effects on you would depend on your individual circumstances.

Barclays Blue Rewards

Get up to £7 a month extra cashback and cash rewards for products you have with us. T&Cs and eligibility apply.

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Cashback

Get more when you shop online or in-store with top retailers – everything from fashion and travel, to books and toys.

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Important deadline for PPI

The FCA has set a deadline for PPI. If you want to make a complaint to us, you’ll need to do this by 29 August 2019.

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Independent service quality survey results

An independent survey asked customers if they would recommend their personal current account provider to friends and family.

Supporting the needs of all our customers

Find out how we support personal current account holders who have additional needs and those in difficult circumstances.

The Financial Conduct Authority also requires us to publish information about service. The requirement to publish the Financial Conduct Authority Service Quality Information for personal current accounts can be found here.