Published by : Client Jargon Buster
Isas have been around for a while - so much so that there are so-called Isa millionaires, people who have invested and grown their money to hit seven figures.
The Isa, or individual savings account, is one of those few great joys in the world of taxation. It is a place where any income or capital gains is tax-free.
In recent years, Isas have become even more flexible. You can keep any mix of individual shares, funds and cash in them. You can buy online, from a broker, or from a fund manager.
Download this short introductory video to ISAs and learn about how they work and what they could do for you.
Published:06 October 2015
Business Area: Banking
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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