In response to last week’s Budget, Bank of Scotland has made changes to its fixed rate ISA rules so that customers don’t miss out on the increased £15,000 NISA limit.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has now announced the UKs annual budget. For some people there will be great benefits, and for others, it may mean that they have to give up a few of life’s luxuries, or at least cut down.
With 7.5million savers expected to fund new ISA accounts in the first three months of the tax year, Halifax has rewritten its fixed rate ISA rules to ensure these early funders don't miss out on the increased £15,000 ISA limit.
Following the announcement in the budget that the ISA limit will be increased to £15,000 in 2015, Marcus Brookes Head of Multi-Manager at Schroders, shares his views on a number of sectors and some of the funds available for ISA season.
With just three weeks to go until the end of the tax year, only 36% of Stocks and Shares ISA savers surveyed by Fidelity Personal Investing say they have invested their full allowance for this tax year.
More than one in ten (12 per cent) of the UK’s over 45s population with a stocks and shares ISA have considered transferring these funds into a cash version, according to new research from Nationwide Building Society, even though they cannot do so under current ISA rules.
Skipton Building Society has launched a new Fixed Rate ISA range which sees interest rates increase on its one, two and three year products. Skipton’s five year product, a regular feature in best buy tables, is still paying 3.00%.
Schroder UK Property Fund (SPF) has announced the first investment into the fund by Asian institutions since it converted to a PAIF in July 2012.
Over four-fifths (83%) of pension funds now have exposure to multi-asset strategies, according to the latest industry poll by Baring Asset Management (“Barings”).
In recent decades, savers have been looking further afield when it comes to making decisions for their Stocks and Shares ISA allowances.
As Aviva reports Q4 results Sheridan Admans, investment research manager at The Share Centre, explains what they mean for investors.
From Monday 10 March 2014, Santander’s new range of cash ISAs will be available to savers keen to make the most of their tax free savings.
Lloyds Bank has announced new savings rates across its range of ISAs ahead of the end of the tax year.
Britain’s economic recovery is close at hand according to many over 50s – who think both the FTSE 100 Index and Bank of England Base Rate will rise by the end of 2014.
The Building Societies Association is calling on the Chancellor to deliver a budget for savers on 19 March and makes three specific proposals.
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