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%.
In recent decades, savers have been looking further afield when it comes to making decisions for their Stocks and Shares ISA allowances.
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.
The Building Societies Association is calling on the Chancellor to deliver a budget for savers on 19 March and makes three specific proposals.
The nation’s young adults are being put off investing in Stocks and Shares ISAs due to confusion over what it is the product purports to do and a wariness of the risks associated with investing in stock exchanges, according to a study carried out on behalf of AXA Wealth.
AXA Self Investor has announced changes to its pricing, which cut the cost of investing through its online investment service.
Nationwide Building Society has called on the Chancellor to equalise the limits for cash ISAs and stocks and shares ISAs in this year’s Budget, part of a package of measures the Society believes will make ISAs simpler and easier to understand for the UK’s savers.
TD Direct investing has launched its 2014 ISA offer of £100 cashback available to anyone opening a Trading ISA before 6th April 2014 – and completely abolished the ISA account closure charge.
In the last three years there has been a 21% increase in the number of investors who are investing on behalf of children, according to the latest Halifax Share Dealing Market Tracker.
Leeds Building Society has launched two new competitive Fixed Rate cash ISAs to add to its savings portfolio.
Savvy UK taxpayers who have taken full advantage of the tax free benefits of cash ISAs every year since they were first introduced in April 1999 would be almost £5,000 better off than if the same amount had been invested in an easy access savings account, according to analysis by MoneySuperMarket.com.
Just like going to the dentist or finishing housework, many of us see investing our ISA allowance as a chore to be put off until the last minute each tax year.
Skipton Building Society has launched a new Fixed Rate Bond range, with rates paying up to 3.00%. The Society will also launch a new range of branch and online Fixed Rate ISAs, paying up to 3.00%.
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