Investors could make on average 8% more from their ISA if they invested at the start of the tax season rather than taking part in the traditional ‘ISA season’ rush leading up to 5 April. For some, the difference could be as high as 30%.
The deadline for “using or losing” your Cash ISA pot this year is looming, however Post Office’s ISA Savings Report can reveal savers stand to lose out on £822 million in tax-free interest by failing to make use of their full Cash ISA allowance.
ISA savers risk losing up to £500 million this year by not switching to a better deal once the bonus rates on their existing accounts expire, according to analysis by MoneySupermarket.
Tesco Bank has increased the rate on its Instant Access Cash ISA to 2.30% Gross/AER (variable).
There has been an increase in the number of people who will use at least some of their annual ISA allowance, according to research from NS&I.
Halifax has announced a Savers Prize Draw ‘Super Draw' to encourage savers to maximise their annual Cash ISA savings allowance.
In the current low interest rate environment, it is important that savers do all they can to maximise their returns. One of the first tips for any saver is to look to use their tax-free savings allowances effectively.
As ISA season begins to gear up, Nationwide Building Society is again calling on the Government to raise the current cash ISA limit in line with the stocks and shares ISA limit in the Budget on 20 March 2013.
Barclays launches its new cash ISA range allowing Transfers-In, which includes a 3 Year Flexible Cash ISA and Instant Cash ISA both paying up to 2.30 per cent AER/ tax free per annum, available to both new and existing customers to help them make the most of their tax-free savings allowance.
Leeds Building Society has launched a new suite of fixed rate ISA products, which include 1 and 2 year versions.
Leeds Building Society's new 1 year fixed rate ISA at 2.00% gross p.a./ AER provides the flexibility and peace of mind that comes with access to 25% of the funds, without notice or penalty, at any time.
Despite ISA rates at near rock bottom levels and inflation eating into household income, 26% more Brits intend to save into a cash ISA this tax year and those who do will save almost £1,000 more than they did last year, according to new research from uSwitch.com.
The deadline for “using or losing” your Cash ISA pot this year is looming, however, Post Office’s ISA Savings Report can reveal there is a £51 billion Cash ISA black hole as savers are failing to make use of their full allowance.
With the announcement by The Bank of England that The Consumer Price Index (CPI) has remained high at 2.7 per cent, and with indications that high inflation is here to stay for the foreseeable future, savers need to be proactive and move to an account paying better rates in order to limit the impact of inflation on their money, according to analysis by MoneySupermarket.
Nationwide is launching two new fixed rate cash ISAs and launching new issues of two-year fixed rate cash ISA and Web ISA paying increased rates.
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