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Is this the death of the cash Isa?

Which? analyses new data that shows cash Isa subscriptions have dropped significantly, and questions whether saving in an Isa is still worthwhile.

Has Vanguard launched the cheapest-ever way to invest?

Vanguard, the US investment fund company made famous by its super-cheap index tracker funds, has launched a new investment platform charging just 15p for every £100 you invest, making it one...

How will the general election affect my pensions and Isa?

The performance of the stock market can have a huge impact on your finances – even if you don’t see yourself as an investor. Your retirement savings, or the pension...

Budget 2017: savings changes

The big Budget news for savers is that a new National Savings and Investments (NS&I) bond, available from April, will pay 2.2% over three years. Philip Hammond confirmed the rate...

stocks and shares Isa investment

The stress-free way to use your Isa allowance this year

Today marks exactly a month until the doors shut on another tax year, and time is running out to use the remainder of your £15,240 Isa allowance.  Isa are accounts that allow you...

How not to invest your stocks and shares Isa

Actively-managed funds may not be worth the added expense for investors, according to new Which? research.   These funds, which come in the form of unit trusts or open-ended investment...

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