Information for Foreign Citizens

FATCA (Information for US Citizens)

FATCA stands for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. It’s a US law aimed at foreign financial institutions and intermediaries to prevent tax evasion by US citizens and residents through offshore accounts. If you’re a US citizen resident in the UK then you’ll be able to apply for a Ford Money product but only if you make a FATCA declaration and inform us of your Tax Identification Number. For more information, visit the HMRC website.

Common Reporting Standard (CRS) (Information for non-UK only tax residents)

CRS stands for Common Reporting Standard. Developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), it’s a global standard for the exchange of financial account information between tax authorities. If you’re required to report your income or are subject to tax in another country (other than the U.S. which is subject to FATCA) then you’ll be able to apply for a Ford Money product but only if you make a CRS declaration and inform us of your Tax Identification Number(s). For more information visit the HMRC website.

Help Articles


Saving With Ford Money

How to open and manage accounts, deposit information, Nominated Account, passwords, your Customer ID - and a guide to tax and savings.


Opening an account

Opening/managing joint accounts

FATCA and CRS (for non-UK only Tax residents)

Savings and the Personal Savings Allowance

Making a deposit

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The Basics

Information on our opening times, contacting us, online security, what to do if you have a complaint - and more.


How to contact us

Our relationship to Ford Motor Company

Your privacy rights

Staying safe online

If you have a complaint

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About Our Products

This section covers the ins and outs of all our products including deposits, balances, terms, withdrawals and more.


Our Flexible Saver

Our Fixed Saver

Our Flexible Cash ISA

Our Fixed Cash ISA

More about our ISAs

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Online Account Management

Run your Ford Money account: from changing interest frequency and making withdrawals, to login troubleshooting and customising your account.


Accessing your account

Managing your account

Changing your Nominated Account

Managing your personal details

How to review and select your maturity options

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