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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".
Savers looking to invest the full £15,000 in New Isa accounts (Nisas) could see an increase of more than 160% in interest paid on their savings.
The introduction of peer-to peer lending to the Isa system could lead to significantly improved rates of up to 8.4% for savers, industry experts have predicted.
The increasingly popular peer-to-peer (P2P) loans sector received a fillip from the government today when it announced that people would be able to hold p2p loans within an Isa.
Individuals will now be able to invest an additional £10,000 in premium bonds from 1 June 2014, taking the limit to £40,000, the government announced today.
Rates on savings and cash Isas might be stuck at almost zero, but savers are still not willing to invest.
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Pick your way through the small print with our guide to finding the best Cash ISA for you
Pick your way through the small print with our guide to finding the best cash ISA for you.
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