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Investment ISAs put your capital at risk & you may get back less than you originally invested

Moneybuilder Income

from Fidelity

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: Popular corporate bond fund that pays a monthly income. Manager Sajid Vaid believes investment grade (high quality) company bonds may be the ‘sweet spot’ in the fixed income market, delivering modest income while keeping risks in check. Capital at risk.
  • Invest From: £25 pm

Multi Manager High Income

from Hargreaves Lansdown

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: HL blend their favourite equity income funds to provide investors an investment which aims to deliver long term returns & reliable monthly income. Capital at risk.
  • Invest From: From £25

Monthly Distribution

from Artemis

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: High income yield fund suitable for long term investors drawing regular monthly income from their portfolios. Capital at risk.
  • Invest From: £25 pm

Listed Equity Income

from AVIVA Investors

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: Aims to provide a dividend yield above the FTSE All-Share Index. Invests in UK equities judged to offer high yield, above average prospects of dividend growth and long-term capital growth. Income paid twice yearly. Capital at risk.
  • Invest From: £25 pm

Asian Income

from Jupiter

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: The fund aims to pay an attractive quarterly income and grow your investment by investing in shares of companies based in Asia & the Pacific region. Capital at risk.
  • Invest From: £25 pm

Global Equity Income

from JP Morgan

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: This fund portfolio is designed to achieve high and rising income by investing globally, primarily in equities, in any economic sector whilst participating in long term capital growth. Capital at risk
  • Invest From: £25 pm

Property Income

from Picton

Allows ISA Transfers
Regular Savings
  • Fund Choice: This Real Estate Investment Trust which invests in UK commercial property pays investors a quarterly dividend. Capital at risk.
  • Invest From: £25 pm

Meteor FTSE/STOXX Quarterly Conditional Income Plan

from Meteor

Allow ISA Transfers
Annual Income Up to 5.50%
  • Counterparty: Morgan Stanley & Co International plc
  • Term: Up to 6 years
  • Potential quarterly income: 1.375% (equivalent to 5.5% annually)
  • Income paid even if FTSE 100 and EURO STOXX 50 Indices fall by 15%
  • Potential to kick out quarterly from year 2 onwards if FTSE 100 and EURO STOXX 50 Indices rise by 5% or more
  • Available for ISA, ISA transfer and direct investment
  • Capital is at risk if the FTSE 100 Index or the EURO STOXX 50 Index has fallen by more than 35% at maturity from it's initial level, in which case your initial investment will reduce by 1% for each 1% fall of the worst performing Index
  • Minimum investment £5,000
  • If you withdraw your money early you may get back less than you originally invested
  • An arrangement fee applies to this plan

Calculate your interest with this plan

Your savings:
£
You could gain:
£0.00 (per tax year)

Important Information: Structured investment plans are not capital protected and are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for default alone. There is a risk of losing some or all of your initial investment due to the performance of the underlying investment. There is also a risk that the company backing the plan known as the Counterparty may be unable to repay your initial investment and any returns stated.

FTSE 100 Quarterly Income Plan

from Causeway

Allow ISA Transfers
Annual Income Up to 4.50%
  • Counterparty: BNP Paribas
  • Term: Up to 7 years
  • Potential quarterly income: 1.125% (equivalent to 4.5% annually)
  • Income paid even if FTSE 100 falls by 20
  • Potential to kick out quarterly from year 2 onwards if FTSE 5% or more above initial level
  • Available for ISA, ISA transfer and direct investment
  • Capital is at risk if the FTSE 100 Index has fallen by more than 35% at the end of the plan, in which case your initial investment will reduce by 1% for each 1% fall
  • Minimum investment £10,000
  • If you withdraw your money early you may get back less than you originally invested
  • An arrangement fee applies to this plan

Calculate your interest with this plan

Your savings:
£
You could gain:
£0.00 (per tax year)

Important Information: Structured investment plans are not capital protected and are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for default alone. There is a risk of losing some or all of your initial investment due to the performance of the underlying investment. There is also a risk that the company backing the plan known as the Counterparty may be unable to repay your initial investment and any returns stated.

UK Fixed Monthly Income Plan

from MB

Allow ISA Transfers
Annual Income 3.09% fixed income
  • Counterparty: Barclays Bank plc
  • Term: Up to 4 years
  • 3.09% income paid regardless of the performance of the FTSE 100
  • Monthly income payments
  • Potential to mature annually from year 2 onwards if FTSE at or above initial level
  • Available for ISA, ISA transfer and direct investment
  • Capital is at risk if the FTSE 100 Index has fallen by more than 35% at the end of the plan, in which case your initial investment will reduce by 1% for each 1% fall
  • Minimum investment £5,000
  • If you withdraw your money early you may get back less than you originally invested
  • An arrangement fee applies to this plan

Calculate your interest with this plan

Your savings:
£
You could gain:
£0.00 (per tax year)

Important Information: Structured investment plans are not capital protected and are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for default alone. There is a risk of losing some or all of your initial investment due to the performance of the underlying investment. There is also a risk that the company backing the plan known as the Counterparty may be unable to repay your initial investment and any returns stated.

What is a High Income ISA?

A high income ISA is a way of using your ISA allowance that aims to provide you with a regular tax-efficient payment on your investment or savings, with an emphasis on achieving the highest income possible. This income may be paid on a quarterly, six-monthly, or yearly.

There are a variety of high income ISA accounts available, so it makes sense to shop around for the one that best fits your income goals.

High income ISA limits

The maximum amount you can put into a high income ISA is subject to the ISA allowance limit. You can put all or part of this amount into a high income stocks and shares ISA, all into a cash ISA, or some in a high income cash ISA and the remainder in a high income stocks and shares ISA.

Types of high income ISA

There is a wide range of high income ISAs available. You can select income funds covering all major geographical regions of the world. You can choose income funds with different investment risk profiles and growth objectives, including income equity funds, bond funds, property funds, specialist funds, and cash funds.

Benefits of a high income ISA

  1. A high income cash ISA allows you to combine a straightforward, tax-free cash savings account with the benefit of regular income payments.
  2. A high income stocks and shares ISA could be a good way to use your ISA allowance to maximise your potential for income from your investments, especially at this time of low interest rates. The money you invest in a high income ISA can offer the potential for tangible tax savings.
  3. If you are saving with your retirement in mind, a high income investment ISA could be an option to consider. Many people use their yearly ISA allowance to invest in high income plans - the result of which can generate a tax-free income during retirement. In fact, recent data shows that savers are now putting more money into ISAs than into pension schemes.

Drawbacks of a high income ISA

  1. A high income ISA may be less suitable for you if you are saving for a short-term goal. Because the income on your ISA pays out at regular intervals - for example, once a year - you may miss out on the benefits of this if you withdraw earlier. To avoid this, choose an income ISA with a more frequent income payment scheme.

Before you take out a ISA

There are a wide range of ISAs available, whether you decide to use your annual allowance for a cash ISA, stocks and shares ISA or decide to break it up to open one of each kind it is worth thoroughly shopping around before hand, to make sure you find the product that suits your specific needs best. You can use the table on this page to compare a selection of ISAs from different providers.

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Important Risk Information:

The value of investments can go down in value as well as up, so you could get back less than you invest. It is therefore important that you understand the risks and commitments. This website aims to provide information to help you make your own informed decisions. It does not provide personal advice based on your circumstances. If you are unsure of how suitable an investment is for you, please seek personal advice.

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