Updated: February 03, 2020

Considering an ISA?

ISAs are a great way to grow your money and, as it’s such a great way, the government limits the amount you can save up to £20k each tax year.

The great news is, you can still benefit from investing a smaller lump sum or by saving regular monthly amounts if you don’t have that amount stuffed under the mattress!

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Your ISA Choices

The financial advisors we work with are experts when it comes to ISAs and they can help you make the right investments.

Investment ISAs

  • 100% tax-free growth
  • Wide choice of investment options
  • Lump sum or regular payments, up to 20k
  • Higher potential returns than Cash ISAs

Lifetime ISAs, or LISAs

  • For savers between 18-39
  • 100% tax-free
  • Lump sum or regular payments, up to £4k
  • 25% bonus from the government

Junior ISAs

  • Save to help your children in the future
  • Lump sum or regular payments, up to £4,368
  • 100% tax-free lump sum when kids reach 18
  • Useful for uni fees, house deposit

There are a number of ISAs on the market so there’s definitely one to suit you, whether you simply want to save regularly for a rainy day, invest a lump sum, or have a specific purpose in mind such as kids uni fees, or saving for a house deposit sometime in the future. Whilst we’ve listed the main ones above, the expert advisors we work with will recommend the best for your requirements.

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