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Deadline looming to make most of an Isa
A PHENONEMON being described as "ISA blindness" means many in Scotland could lose out on tax advantages this year.
HIGHER interest rates appear to be taking their toll on investments as net sales of individual savings accounts (ISAs) slumped by some 71 per cent last month.
Call to raise ISA savings ceiling
THE popularity of Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) surged during 2005 with balances rising by a third to almost £200 billion, it emerged today.
WITH just over three weeks to go until the tax-year end, savers should be looking to make the most of their tax-free individual savings account (ISA) allowance.
SEVEN out of ten people want the government to extend its commitment to individual savings accounts (ISAs) beyond 2010 to encourage more people to save.
APRIL - and the start of a new tax year - is less than two months away, and this year's individual savings account (ISA) season is set for lift-off.
SALES of individual savings accounts (ISAs) have plummeted more than 50 per cent in the past 12 months, despite an £80million surge in the last five days of the tax year.
THE Clydesdale Bank claims that new figures show savers in the Capital could be missing out on a windfall of £510 million by choosing to ignore Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs).
NERVOUSNESS about putting a toe back in the stock market and concerns about the future of Isa tax breaks are leading investors to make the mistake of taking a "wait and see" approach to investment.
WHAT most people want in retirement is obvious: a low-risk, consistently performing investment which provides an income above inflation along with the chance of some capital appreciation. An Isa product that does just that is available - even at a time when interest rates are low and the stock market is flat.
MANY people would like to invest in stocks and shares through an individual savings account. And it appears that the corner may have been turned when it comes to performance of this type of investment.
SALES of individual saving accounts (ISAs) returned to positive territory last month, though the subdued trend of recent months continued, new figures have shown.
NEWS that September saw the first ever net outflow from equity Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) marks a dramatic reversal of fortune for what was once one of the most popular savings products in Britain.
MORE money is flowing out of investment ISAs than being put in for the first time since their creation in April 1999. The net outflow of £23.5 million in September followed the lowest recorded inflow of £25m in August.
INVESTORS who opted for a building society to place their individual savings account (ISA) in the last tax year are sitting on the top returns.
PLANS by the government to reduce the investment limit on individual savings accounts (ISAs) have been greeted with dismay.