Bonus rate finder
You can access all of our with profits bonus rates using our Bonus Rate Finder tool. This tool is easy to use with instructions throughout.
Please note, this tool is currently compatible with Windows only. Sorry for any inconvenience.
I can't open Bonus Rate Finder, what should I do?
If you're experiencing issues opening Bonus Rate Finder, please follow these step by step instructions to configure your computer to open spreadsheets in Excel.
- Open 'My Computer'.
- On the 'Tools' menu, click 'Folder Options'.
- Click the 'File Types' tab.
- In the 'Registered file types' list, click 'XLS Microsoft Excel Worksheet', and then click 'Advanced'.
- In the 'Edit File Type' dialog box, make sure the 'Browse in the same window' check box is not checked.
- Click 'OK'.
Once you've done this, you should be ready to use Bonus Rate Finder.
Please note, Internet Explorer (IE) and Mozilla Firefox will both ask you if you want to ‘Open’ or ‘Save’ Bonus Rate Finder. If you choose to save it, it will be saved locally on your computer, so you won't receive updated information as and when Bonus Rate Finder is updated.
Windows 7 users may need to save Bonus Rate Finder in order to access it. Should this be the case, please ensure you visit our site regularly to view the latest Bonus Rate Finder.
I don't have windows, will this work?
Unfortunately this tool is only compatible with Windows, so you won't be able to access it. Sorry for any inconvenience.
What macro settings do I need to open Bonus Rate Finder
This tool requires macros to be enabled. When launching Bonus Rate Finder, please click 'Enable Macros' when prompted. If using Excel 2007 or later, you will need to click the 'Options...' button on the Security Warning and then choose 'Enable this content'. If no prompt appears:
Excel 2003 or earlier users:
- Open Microsoft Excel.
- Click on the 'Tools' menu, select 'Macro' and then select 'Security...'
- On the 'Security Level' tab, click 'Medium'.
- Click 'OK'.
Excel 2007 or 2010 users:
- Open Microsoft Excel.
Excel 2007: Click the 'Office' button, then click 'Excel Options'.
Excel 2010: Click the 'File' tab, then click 'Options'.
- Select the 'Trust Center' tab and then click the 'Trust Center Settings' button.
- Select 'Macro Settings' from the left sidebar and select 'Disable all macros with notification'.
- Click 'OK' on each dialog box.
- Close this page (click on the 'File' menu/tab or 'Office' button and then select 'Close') and restart Bonus Rate Finder.
Please note, this tool is currently compatible with Windows only.
I'm getting a 'runtime error' message, how can I fix this?
If the runtime error message says "Object library invalid or contains references to object definitions that could not be found" this error can happen after installing a Windows security update (MS08-070). The Windows update installs new versions of some Visual Basic 6.0 runtime files. There's a corresponding EXD file that is created for each of the runtime files when they are used. When the runtime files are updated, these EXD files become invalid and this error occurs.
To fix this problem, you'll need to delete the EXD files that are created and they will automatically be recreated as and when needed.
On Windows XP, these files have the extension ".EXD" e.g. MSComCtl2.EXD. They are usually located in:
C:\Documents and Settings\%USERNAME%\Application Data\Microsoft\Forms\
And on Windows Vista/7:
Please note, some folders may be hidden, so you may need to run a search for EXD files.
When trying to access Bonus Rate Finder, I keep getting a pop-up box preventing me from opening it?
Please note that some internet browsers such as Google Chrome and FireFox automatically prevent pop-up screens. this may be the case when trying to launch Bonus Rate Finder. If you are comfortable you wish to proceed, simply accept the option by selecting 'Continue/Allow/OK' and Bonus Rate Finder should launch for you.
I'm getting an 'automation error' message, how can I fix this?
This error can occur in Excel if you've recently updated Windows. To solve this issue, please follow these instructions:
- Close Excel.
- Open a command prompt with elevated privileges i.e. right-click on it and choose ‘Run as Administrator’. The command prompt can be found in the Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories.
- Type the following at the prompt depending on which version of Windows you’re running:
- For 32-bit Windows: regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\MSCOMCTL.OCX
- For 64-bit Windows: regsvr32 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\MSCOMSTL.OCX
- Press 'Enter'.
- You should see a message saying the registration was successful.
- Restart Bonus Rate Finder.
After doing this you should find that Excel works properly.
What are the historical bonus rates?
You can find historic annual bonus rates by using the bonus rate finder tool in the box below. If you have any queries, please contact us.
Bonus Rate Finder tool
Use this tool to find current and previous with profits bonus rates: