EBS SureIncome Account

EBS SureIncome Account

EBS SureIncome Account

We’ve all heard the talk about “Making your money work for you”. Well, with the EBS SureIncome Account, see a great return on your savings, with your interest can be paid to you either monthly or every six months.

You can also choose a term of two, three, four or five years, and the choice is all yours. It’s a great option if you're looking to supplement your income over time (it’s the deposit account that keeps on giving, really).

Read more below, or why not request a call back from your local savings expert. They’ll answer any query you have or meet you for a relaxed chat about your options.

Benefits of a SureIncome Account

  • Choose from a 2, 3, 4 or 5-year term.
  • The interest rate is fixed for the chosen term. Interest is paid monthly or every 6 months.
  • At maturity you can take out your money or leave it for another fixed period at the prevailing rate at the time. If you do not confirm your intentions with regard to the Account prior to each Maturity date these conditions will continue to apply to your savings for the same term at the prevailing rate.
  • At the end of each period of 12 months after Account opening, you can withdraw up to 10% of your then capital balance annually, subject to no more than 3 withdrawals in total being made during the Term.
  • No maintenance or transaction fees apply, but there may be other service charges. For details see EBS Fees and Charges.

Features of a SureIncome Account

  • There is a minimum opening lodgement of €5,000 with no maximum. No further lodgements are allowed during the term.
  • Check out our SureIncome Account Rates, and see the full Terms & Conditions for the SureIncome Account here
  • This account is for personal customers only and can be opened in sole or joint names.
Please note both General & Specific Terms & Conditions apply to this account

Important / Regulatory Notice

Important information: Account terms & conditions apply.. Interest is subject to Deposit Interest Retention Tax (D.I.R.T.) at the prevailing rate (for more information see www.revenue.ie).