The new Tax year is here! So make the most of your tax free allowance by taking out an ISA early in the Tax Year, it could save you hundreds of pounds. Some of the highest interest paying ISA Savings accounts are shown below. Simply click on the 'more details' button for account features and offers. We compare over 1200 saving and ISA accounts and provide tables with some of the top savings accounts listed below. We also provide a Free Weekly Newsletter so you can stay up to date with the latest ISA products and rates. Please note that we do not provide advice or recommendations.
Keep your money from the taxman by saving in an ISA. You can invest up to £15,240 in a cash ISA, a stocks and shares ISA, or a combination of the two in the 2016/17 tax year.
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|The Bank of Cyprus UK offer new 1, 2 and 3 year fixed rate cash ISAs paying 1.20% AER, 1.25% AER and 1.30% AER respectively. You can save from £500 and the Bank of Cyprus UK is a UK based bank, so the first £75,000 of your cash is fully protected under the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme). Click here for the 1 year ISA, here for the 2 year ISA or here for the 3 year ISA.|
|The Forester Life ISA offers a flexible way to invest in stocks and shares whatever your budget. Designed for low-cost stakeholder savings, you can invest from as little as £20 up to £15,240 in the 2016/17 tax year. Click here for more details.|
|If you are looking for Income from your ISA then Investec offer a 6 year structured ISA deposit plan paying 4.92% gross per year, regardless of the performance of the FTSE 100 Index. You will receive payments of 0.41% monthly, equivalent to 4.92% gross per year. Available for Stocks & Shares NISA and NISA transfer. Click here for more details or to request a FREE no obligation brochure.|
If you are looking for Capital Growth from your ISA then Investec offer a 6 year plan with the potential to return 9.00% times the number of years the plan has been in force. Available for Stocks & Shares NISA and NISA transfer. Click here to request a Free no obligation Brochure.
Choose from a wide range of investments – including shares, investment trusts, ETFs and over 4,000 funds online from just £4.95 per trade. No set up charges. Voted "Best Share Dealing App 2015" by Investors Chronicle and FT Investment and Wealth Management Awards. Capital at Risk. Click here for more details.
Invest from as little as £50 a month, or with a £1,000 lump sum. Capital at risk. Fidelity Personal Investing does not give advice. Click here for more details.
ISA Accounts Tables
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|Foresters Friendly Society||Guaranteed Savings Plan - The plan guarantees to pay out more than you have paid in and potential for additional growth||N/A||Term||£50|
|6 MONTH FIXED RATE SAVINGS|
|Habib Bank Zurich plc||Fixed Rate Savings||0.80%||6 Months||£1,000|
|1 YEAR FIXED RATE SAVINGS|
|Bank of Cyprus UK||Fixed Rate Bond||1.30%||1 Year||£10,000|
|Habib Bank Zurich plc||Fixed Rate Savings||1.10%||1 Year||£1,000|
|Axis Bank||Fixed Rate Savings||1.10%||1 Year||£1,000|
|2 YEAR FIXED RATE SAVINGS|
|Axis Bank||Fixed Rate Savings||1.50%||2 Years||£1,000|
|Bank of Cyprus UK||Fixed Rate Bond||1.40%||2 Years||£10,000|
|3 YEAR FIXED RATE SAVINGS|
|Axis Bank||Fixed Rate Savings||1.65%||3 Years||£1,000|
|Bank of Cyprus UK||Fixed Rate Bond||1.50%||3 Years||£10,000|
|Scottish Windows||Fixed Rate Bond||1.15%||3 Years||£10,000|
|5 YEAR FIXED RATE SAVINGS|
|Axis Bank||Fixed Rate Savings||1.85%||5 Years||£1,000|
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* Important Notes: For structured deposit and investment plans the above information provides a product summary only. Complete details of the plans can be found within the relevant brochure and key features material which are available on request. Investors will not benefit from any dividends paid by the companies which constitute the listed indices over respective investment terms. Therefore, if markets rise, the plans will deliver lower returns than investments in an equity fund which includes reinvested dividends. The stated benefits will only be delivered if the plans are held for the full terms. If the investor were to cash in their plan early, they would be unlikely to receive back the amount they originally invested, regardless of the performance of the basket/index underlying the plan. Inflation might deteriorate the value of the capital received at maturity. Some of the plans place your ‘capital at risk’ and are not intended for cautious investors. For capital at risk plans, the security of the product depends on the credit worthiness of the counterparty. Failure of the counterparty could lead to you losing all or some of your original investment and returns. Furthermore this event will not be covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Please see http://www.fscs.org.uk for full information.