We look at the advantages of stocks and shares individual savings accounts (Isas). Plus the basics: who can have one, where you buy one and how much money you can put in.
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Research shows fewer investors are choosing stocks and shares Isas
Those who had saved their full annual allowance into a Personal Equity Plan (PEP) – the precursor to the modern individual savings account (Isa) as we know it – and then an Isa since 1987 could...
Halifax and Bank of Scotland have changed the charging structure on their investment Isas, now charging a percentage of the Isa’s value, instead of a flat fee.
Our financial planning expert helps a reader deal with a tax-efficient investing strategy.
Worried about picking the right mix of assets for your stocks and shares Isa? We ask the experts for their tips on funds.
Once you've worked out your attitude to risk, you can start to build up your portfolio – but spread the risk by diversifying your assets. To help get you started, we ask investment experts for...
Our expert takes a reader through the tax implications of cashing in an investment bond which has made a sizeable profit.
Providence Bonds, UK subsidiary of the international factoring business Providence Global, has launched its first 'mini-bond', which promises to pay 8.25% for four years.
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