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Click & Invest Stocks & Shares ISA

from Investec Click & Invest

Allows ISA Transfers
  • Protection Scheme: FSCS
  • Fund Choice: Managed Portfolios
  • Invest From: £2,500

Why we like it: In a nutshell this service helps make your ISA money work harder! Investec Click & Investis an online investment service that aims to make actively managed, globally diversified investment portfolios accessible to a wider audience. Everyone deserves harder working money, and Click & Invest’s goal is to make a positive difference to more financial futures. Their experts build and manage investment portfolios from £2,500 online, intelligently blending expertise with high-quality service. With a £2,500 minimum investment, Click & Invest aims to deliver an exceptional service for a straightforward fee. They offer both stocks and shares ISAs and general investment accounts, with a seamless online experience, with dedicated 24/7 support available. Capital at risk.More info...

Interative Investor Stocks & Shares ISA

from Interactive Investor

Allows ISA Transfers
  • Protection Scheme: FSCS
  • Fund Choice: 40,000+ UK and global investments
  • Invest From: £25 pm or £100 single

Why we like it: An award-winning ISA that gives you complete control. The second largest platform in the UK with the widest choice of investment options in the market including funds, investment trusts, ETF’s and more. Open online in less than 10 minutes. Access to expert independent ideas and analysis. Low cost fees and trading. Capital at risk

Investment Growth Plan ISAs

FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick Out Plan

from Investec

Allow ISA Transfers
Maximum Potential Return 10.25% per annum
  • Counterparty: Investec Bank plc
  • Term: Up to 6 years

Kick out plans seem to attract particular interest when the market is at historically high levels since they can provide competitive returns even if the FTSE stays relatively flat with the potential for 10.25% annual growth.

  • 10.25% for each year (not compounded) provided the FTSE 100 finishes higher than its starting value (subject to averaging)
  • Potential to mature early, from year 1 onwards
  • Available for ISA, ISA transfer and direct investment
  • Capital is at risk if the FTSE 100 Index has fallen by more than 40% at maturity from it's initial level, in which case your initial investment will reduce by 1% for each 1% fall
  • Minimum investment £3,000
  • Product designed to be held for the full term

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.

Yorkshire Bank ISA

Yorkshire Bank offer a selection of Cash ISAs to help you save, however when working out what is best choice for you it is wise to shop around and compare offerings from different providers to get the most out of your maximum ISA allowance each tax year. You can use the table above to compare a selection of different ISAs from various providers which might help you decide and click the links to apply.

Types of Yorkshire Bank ISA:

  • Cash ISA Instant Access – offers a tiered variable rate of interest, so the more you save the higher the interest rate you may receive. You can make withdrawals into the account whenever you like and make deposits with regular payments, one-off deposits or a combination.
  • Cash ISA 40 Day Notice – allows savers to make a withdrawal in whole or in part by giving 40 days notice. This account also offers a tiered rate of interest so the more you save the better interest rate you could receive.

Types of ISA

To make the most out of your maximum allowance it is important you understand all of the features of an ISA before you take one out. There two different kinds of ISA: Stocks and Shares ISAs and Cash ISAs which are considerably different. You are limited to having a maximum of one of each kind of ISA every tax year, your maximum allowance however stays the same, this means that if you choose to open one of each ISA you will need to break up your allowance between the two.

  • Cash ISAs: This type of ISA basically works like a normal savings account with a bank and building society, the only real difference is up to your maximum allowance any interest payments you receive will be free of tax. Providers may offer different kinds of Cash ISA such as Instant Access accounts where you can make withdrawals whenever you want to Fixed Rate accounts that normally require you to lock your cash in the investment for a set period of time.
  • Stocks & Shares ISAs: Can offer potentially better interest earnings, however your capital is at risk meaning you could get back less than what you originally invested. This is because this kind of plan is a tax-efficient investment account which you can use to invest in other products such as stocks or gilts. There are Self-select plans which require you to directly invest in different shares yourself or collective investment plans where your money is pooled with others and invested into a fund. You are still required to pay tax on dividend earnings with this type of account but to your maximum allowance you are not charged Capital Gains Tax or Income Tax on the ISA.

Transferring an ISA

All providers are required to allow you transfer your Individual Savings Account (ISA) to another provider; however some accounts may impose a penalty for doing so. This means that while it is wise to shop around often to try and find better deals, you should factor in any penalty you might receive as this could cause you a greatly loss than what you would stand to gain by moving accounts. 

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How much can I pay into an ISA?

21st March 2019

Each tax year, there's a limit set by the government to the amount you can save and invest in ISAs: your “annual ISA allowance”. The allowances are intended to reward savers and encourage us to invest more to support our future retirements, without creating a tax haven that can be taken advantage of by very wealthy individuals who just want to avoid paying tax.

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