Nationwide Building Society is launching two new cash ISAs, Flexclusive ISA and Easy Saver ISA, available from 6 April.
The cash ISA is available online to Nationwide customers with a card-based savings or current account (excluding Regular Savings).
Coventry Building Society has launched it's first ever Poppy ISA, with easy access and a guaranteed rate of at least 2.50% tax free/AER p.a. until 5th April 2014.
Consumers are still not using ISAs as their first stop for savings, according to research from Lloyds TSB.
With the tax year end only days away, new figures from low-cost investment platform provider AJ Bell highlight the enormous saving potential of families exploiting their pension and ISA allowances - they show that by consistently using these tax efficient savings vehicles a family of four could accrue £3.3m over 18 years.
Leeds Building Society is offering an exclusive market leading 30 day notice account to all its new and existing tax free investors, available for both the end of the current and the beginning of the new tax year.
The weather might not have improved much this month, but Skipton Building Society is helping lift spirits by launching a new 5-Year Fixed Rate ISA paying 3.00%.
With the end of 2012/13 tax year just over a week away, MoneySupermarket urges savers who have not taken advantage of this year's ISA allowance to move quickly and look for the latest deals on offer, or miss out for good, especially if they have existing ISA funds languishing on low rates.
Research carried out on behalf of first direct has found that 62 per cent of the UK population with an ISA have never transferred it to another provider.
As the end of this tax year fast approaches, Barclays Stockbrokers shares its top tips for investors looking to maximise the tax efficiency of their savings and investments.
The average cash ISA balance across England and Wales is £8,844, according to Halifax; equivalent to a third (33%) of national average pre-tax annual earnings1 of £27,039.
With just over three weeks to go until the end of the 2012/2013 tax year on 5th April, Leeds Building Society is offering a highly competitive rate of return to those investors still to use their £5,640 tax free allowance.
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.
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