Cash savings can be relied upon to meet the minimum financial income threshold, either in whole or in part1. When relying on gross annual income from cash savings as a source for meeting the minimum financial threshold, all the specified evidence set out in the rules must be provided2.
The cash savings relied upon may be held in any form of bank or savings account providing that the account allows the savings to be accessed immediately3. This includes a pension savings account from which savings can be immediately withdrawn4.
Cash savings must have been held for at least six months at
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