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isa accounts questions and answers

by Jim ONeil on May 15, 2011

The rate for online direct savings accounts ranges between 4 and 5%. Unless you’re investing a ton of money choosing which bank to use should boil down to service and convenience rather than a few tenths of a percentage

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Ruth Emery, deputy editor of Money Observer, explains how to invest in emerging markets with an ISA.
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www.northernrock.co.uk A Cash ISA guide from Northern Rock. Cash ISAs are a great way to make the most of your savings. However, we understand that not everyone knows what a Cash ISA is or how to make the most of their annual tax-free allowance. To h…
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Can I Top Up the ISA I Opened in 2009? The term of the account is another consideration. Most institutions will offer a higher rate of interest for…
Is an ISA or a bond at 4 percent superior this year? Many interest rates today are much higher than those offered in previous years…
Do I Have To Open a New ISA Every Single Year? One of the exceptions to the fixed rate ISA rule mentioned above is the Northern Rock ISA…
Are There Charges for Transferring an ISA? An easy access ISA will more than likely have not fees when the funds are transferred…
Do I Lose the Bonus If I Transfer an ISA Early? In most cases, if the ISA is transferred out early, the proportionate amount of the bonus will be paid…
Is an ISA the Best Way to Save for My Son or Daughter’s Wedding? For those that are looking long term, there are multiple savings options available that will offer a much better return on your money…
Can I Transfer One ISA and Open Another at the Same Time? Since you are able to open a new ISA each year, transferring the old ISA is a totally separate…
What Can Happen If I Pay Into Too Many ISAs At One Time? While you will obviously not receive any interest on the excess funds, it will more than likely be considered a no-harm/no foul occurrence…
How Can I Save Left Over ISA Allowance? M&S Money now has an ISA that allows the consumer to use any left-over allowance as long as…
Can I Transfer My ISA Myself to Avoid Delays? While it can be frustrating, unfortunately, waiting is part of the process…
I am Not British-Can I Open An ISA? The lingo is a bit confusing as it actually states a person must be a “resident and ordinarily resident in the UK…
I am Confused About Switching ISAs How Do I Do It? When you finally find a new provider, before opening the account, make the provider aware that…
How Do I Find the Best Cash ISA Around? If the ISA had a bonus offer, some or all of the bonus earnings may have to be forfeited…
Will New Junior ISAs Be For All Under 16s? While a CTF or Junior ISA is not available, parents still have options for their children…
Can My Wife and I Join Our Two ISAs Together? The answer to this question is actually right in the name of the account. ISAs are Individual Savings Accounts…
Is a Fixed or Variable ISA Best for 2011? A fixed rate ISA will usually offer a higher interest rate, but the terms are more restrictive.
Can I Easily Transfer An ISA and Get A New One? The law specifically states that you can only OPEN one cash ISA account per year. If you are transferring…

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