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Tax is a depressing fact of life and while most of us can't get away without paying tax on our salaries, only wealthier savers with big lump sums need to worry about tax on investments.
Residents of an independent Scotland will lose the ability to buy government-backed National Savings and Investment products, including premium bonds, unless they have a UK bank account.
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Investing early in an Isa could increase your payout by more than £30,000 over 14 years, according to Fidelity Personal Investing.
With less than two days remaining for you to use your Isa allowance for this tax year, investing platform Fidelity has revealed what Isa investment funds are proving popular with savers in 2014....
With just three days left of the current tax year, almost two thirds (71%) of Moneywise readers claim they will be using their 2013/14 Isa allowance, according to a Moneywise.co.uk poll.
Two thirds of Brits have failed to open an Isa this tax year – missing out billions of pounds in interest, according to TSB.
With just days to go until the end of the tax year, there's just time to keep your savings out of the clutches of the taxman. If you aren't sure where to put your money check out our experts'...
Skipton Building Society has become the first Isa provider to outline its 'New ISA' (Nisa).
Chancellor George Osborne unveiled a Budget boost for Britain's Isa savers by announcing they can save up to £15,000 a year tax-free in a "New Isa".
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