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2016-17 ISA Allowance Guide

2016-17 ISA Allowance Guide

Category: ISAs

Updated: 13/01/2017
First Published: 15/04/2015

ISAs can be seen as a complicated form of saving. However, they are simply tax-efficient savings accounts in which you can invest your hard-earned cash!

Between 6 April 2016 and 5 April 2017 you have an ISA limit of £15,240, which can be placed in any form of ISA (cash ISA, stocks & shares ISA or Innovative Finance ISA) or across a combination of these.

Find out everything you need to know about saving or investing into an ISA from moneyfacts.co.uk, the independent experts:

  • What is an ISA?
  • The ISA rules, at a glance
  • The pros and cons of investment ISAs
  • Four questions to help you choose a cash ISA
  • How to transfer an ISA
  • How to compare cash ISAs to savings accounts
  • ISA Fact Sheet

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Disclaimer: This information is intended solely to provide guidance and is not financial advice. Moneyfacts will not be liable for any loss arising from your use or reliance on this information. If you are in any doubt, Moneyfacts recommends you obtain independent financial advice.

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