What is a cash ISA?
Cash Individual Savings Accounts are very simple. They’re available to UK residents aged at least...
Human nature is such that there is a tendency among us all to leave things until the very last minute. This is also true when it comes to our investments. While we all have the opportunity to make the most of our pension and ISA allowances from the 6 April each year, a surprisingly large number of people leave it until the last few weeks of the tax year to take action.
As we all know, more haste can mean less speed and, in the case of ISAs, missing out altogether: unlike pensions, you cannot carry forward your ISA allowance into the next tax year. You must either use it, or lose it.
To help FundCalibre visitors avoid any costly mistakes, we’ve compiled a handy check-list for those of you who have left your ISA investments a little too close to 5 April for comfort.