Investment Isas

Isa growth

Is your cash Isa earning next to nothing in interest? Then consider transferring it to an investment Isa. We outline your options.

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  • Jars of sweets

    If you're comfortable taking a 'pick n' mix' approach and choosing your own shares and other asset classes, then a self-select ISA could be for you.

  • Stop sign

    Desperate government measures to shrink the public deficit could put the ISA allowance in jeopardy. Ruth Emery explains how to make the most of your stocks and shares ISA while you still can.

  • Vintage watch

    A vintage wristwatch stands out in an age of mass-produced uniformity and it's also a sound investment, says Alexander Garrett.

  • Woman with paperwork

    You can give your finances a serious lift by beating the taxman. Sam Barrett shares some quick and easy ways you can reduce your tax bill in just five days.

  • Shell

    Venture capital trusts are back in fashion as a tool to beat rising taxes, but watch out for illiquidity and meagre returns, says Heather Connon.

  • Woman watering a plant

    A cash ISA can take care of up to half of your annual £7,200 allowance, but to make the most of tax breaks then you should consider a stocks and shares ISA too. Sam Barrett explains how you can...

  • Chains

    If you are a high earner, or about to become one, your tax burden is set to become very onerous. Ceri Jones shows seven ways to lighten the load

  • cut your tax

    New B shares can cut exposure to higher rate income tax. But there can be a capital gains 
tax catch, as Fiona Hamilton explains.

  • 10

    The tax year ends on 5 April, so you should be thinking about how to trim your tax bill. Phil Leiwy suggests 10 measures to consider.

  • £20 cut with scissors

    The end of the tax year on 5 April is approaching. It's time to review your affairs and see if you can reduce your tax bill. Phil Leiwy outlines some tax-trimming tips.