We share our profits with all of our members each year. Subject to the terms and conditions of your account you’ll receive your dividend annually, each December, based on the performance of the credit union in the previous year. The dividend rate is decided and agreed by our members at our Annual General Meeting, based on recommendations from our Board.
Previous dividend payments
ISA savings rates for 2017/18
ISA accounts receive a return paid annually in April each year. ISA rates of return can vary from month to month throughout the year and we will update this page with the dividend rate to be paid each month.
The ISA return paid at the end of the 2016/17 tax year was calculated at the following historical rates.
April 2016 until July 2016
August 2016 until April 2017
We are no longer taking new subscriptions for our ISA account but members who already have an ISA subscription can contribute up to £13,500 in the tax year 2017/18. Remember, the maximum you can deposit with the credit union across all accounts in any financial year is a total of £7,500 lump sum deposits, plus a maximum £500 regular payments each month (totalling £13,500). A member’s collective savings balance is not permitted to exceed £75,000.
Please check first that you are eligible to apply:
You are aged 18 or over
You have a UK bank account in your own or joint names
You are a permanent UK resident
You have never been bankrupt or had a Court Decree
To complete your application you will need:
Your current employer's address details
Details of monthly income and outgoings
Bank or building society details (sort code and account number)
To enable us to make a decision on your loan application we will contact Credit Referencing & Fraud Prevention Agencies. This will register a search against your credit record and if your application is successful we will share the information we hold for you with these agencies. Further details are available in our Privacy Notice
It is important that you read the Privacy Notice document above. If there is anything that you do not understand, please contact us.
Please be aware that the longer you take to pay back a loan, the more you will pay back in interest. If you go for a shorter term your monthly repayment might go up, but you'll save in interest and pay back your loan faster.