When it comes to investing your £100,000, follow these five simple tips to maximise your returns.
For parents or relatives thinking of investing for children, the earlier you start, the better. That way, you can take full advantage of their growing years to allow the investment to appreciate as much as possible, but what’s the best way of investing for kids, and how do the various options work? The difference between […]
An individual savings account ISA is a savings and investment account with a tax-free ISA allowance, and the ISA allowance is £20,000 per person, per tax year. There are many types of ISAs. You might ask yourself how many ISAs can I have and how does the annual ISA allowance apply. These are valid questions, […]
As parents and guardians of babies and young children, we aspire to help our little ones grow into caring, responsible, and financially stable adults, and saving for your child is an integral part of that process. Therefore, we address questions about when you should start saving and what savings vehicle you should use here in […]
When setting up a savings account, trying to figure out what solution is right for you can be confusing. If you want to start saving in a more tax efficient way, ISAs are a great place to start. But what exactly are ISAs and how do they work? In general, ISAs, or Individual Savings Accounts, […]
The UK government introduced the Innovative Finance ISA in April 2016 to enable individuals to earn tax-free returns on their loans. What is an innovative finance ISA or IFSA? Innovative Finance ISA is also known as peer-to-peer (P2P) lending. This type of ISA allows individuals to lend money to companies or individuals without a bank. […]
Compound interest is arguably one of the most powerful forces on the financial markets – even Einstein was a fan. By helping maximise your returns, it can help you reach your goals quicker than simple interest alone. Here we explain what it is and how it’s calculated.
The flexible ISA could be worth billions to the UK’s savvy savers, yet many providers still don’t offer this function to their customers.
An ISA can help you maximise your returns, but should you combine all your ISAs or will having a collection better help you reach your goals?