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Chelsea Building Society ISA

If you’re currently in the market for an Individual Savings Account you may be wondering what a Chelsea Building Society ISA could offer you. In addition to looking at Chelsea Building Society’s ISA products it may be wise to shop around other providers as well to try and find the product that you feel fits your needs best, you can use the tables below to view a selection of different kinds of ISAs from various providers:

Chelsea Cash ISAs:

  1. Fixed Rate ISAs – Chelsea building society has several different fixed rate products so savers who can lock away their cash for varying periods of time could achieve a fixed rate on interest in return. Withdrawals not normally permitted however cash can be accessed by closing account subject to a set amount of days interest penalty.
  1. Triple Access Saver ISA – Is a variable rate cash ISA that will allow a saver to make a withdrawal from their account on any three days per year, based on the anniversary of the account being opened. The account may still be closed at any time, annual or monthly interest options available.

Stocks and Shares ISAs are only available through Chelsea Building Society’s association with Legal & General, so you would need to discuss your needs with a Legal & General consultant at a Chelsea Building Society Branch.

ISA Guide

To be eligible for an ISA you must:

  1. 16 aged or over for a cash ISA.
  2. 18 aged or over for a stocks and shares ISA.
  3. Be a resident of the UK.
  4. If you don’t live in the UK then you need to be a Crown Servant or their spouse/civil partner.
  5. You can open a Junior ISA for someone under 18 who you have parental responsibility for.

There are two different kinds of ISA available in the UK: Cash ISAs and Stocks & Shares ISAs which differ considerably from each other. ISA rules allow each eligible person to open a maximum of one of each type of ISA each year, if you decide to open both types of account as your ISA maximum allowance stays the same you will need to break it up between the two accounts.

Cash ISAs – Are similar to regular savings accounts, the main difference is that the interest that accrues on your savings, up to the maximum allowance, are paid tax free. There are different kinds of Cash ISA plans such as; Fixed Rate, Easy Access and Instant Access so you can select a product dependent on how easily you would like to make withdrawals during the product’s term.

Stocks & Shares ISAs – Are a kind of tax-efficient investment account that you can use to invest in various products such as: shares, bonds, gilts and stocks. You do not have to pay Capital Gains Tax or Income Tax on profits made from the increase in value of your investments, up to your maximum allowance. You do however still pay tax on any dividends. There are different kinds of Stocks & Shares Plans such as self select where you directly pick which stocks you invest in, and other types where you get to pick from a selection of managed funds to invest in. It is important to remember that the value of your investments can go down, so you risk getting back less than your originally put in.

ISA transferring

It is possible to transfer to another provider; however some transfers may be subject to an interest penalty. This means that while it can sometimes be worth switching, before you make the move you should first check to make sure that any penalty you may receive would not mean that you would actually be better off overall staying with your existing arrangement. 

Sam Hodgson
Edited by Sam Hodgson - ISA.co.uk

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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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