May 2015

Trading places

By |May 26th, 2015|

It’s not just about picking investments wisely, it’s holding them in the most suitable place
Now that we’ve entered a new tax year, if you are already planning how you are going to fully utilise your current Individual Savings Account (ISA) tax-efficient allowance, it’s not just about picking investments wisely – it’s also important to make sure you […]

April 2015

Average Help to Buy 2 deposit rises again

By |April 22nd, 2015|

According to Mortgage Strategy the Mortgage Advice Bureau said that the average deposit for house purchases that are using the Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme reached a 10-month high in February.
Figures have shown that buyers using the scheme put forward an average deposit of £9,936, this was up 9.2 per cent from £9,099 in […]

The regular savings trick that can cut your tax bill from next April with accounts offering up to 6% a month in interest

By |April 1st, 2015|

According to This Is Money savers who are looking to put money aside regularly each month could benefit from a tax perk starting next April.
They have said if you start a regular savings plan at the start of the next tax year on April 6, you would not see any interest for a year however […]

March 2015

ISA allowance 2015: How much you can save tax free before April and the allowance for 2015-16

By |March 27th, 2015|

According to the Mirror its been a year since the Government announced  a higher ISA limit of £15,000 (before you could only save £5,940 in a cash ISA). This took effect from 1 July 2014.
So if you opened an ISA this year, you’ve got until 5 April to save up to that £15,000 allowance. You […]

NISA Countdown

By |March 25th, 2015|

Time is running out if you want to make the most of your tax-efficient savings allowance
If you are keen to take advantage of the New Individual Savings Account (NISA) allowance,which has now been increased to £15,000, and you want to  make the most of your tax-efficient savings, time is running out. You only have until […]

Isas and savings: Budget 2015 everything you need to know

By |March 19th, 2015|

According to The Telegraph The Chancellor has announced that Isas will become more flexible, and savers will not be taxed on the first £1,000 interest they earn

• Yesterday the Chancellor announced that from April 2016 a new  “personal savings allowance” will reward savers by not taxing […]