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Our easy access cash ISAs comparison chart is an easy way of comparing all the easy access cash ISAs available on the market, making it quick and simple to see which one could be right for you. The chart lists all the products in an easy-to-read format, starting with those that can be applied for directly by clicking on the ‘Apply Online’ button. Under these, the accounts are arranged in descending order to show the highest rates first and the lowest rates at the bottom. The chart can be easily refined according to your specific criteria, for example by changing the investment amount, investment type and account management and opening options, as well as by letting you see the top-paying accounts first, with or without a link.
When choosing the right easy access cash ISA there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration. Along with considering the interest rate being offered, it’s also important to look at factors such as the minimum investment needed and how the account can be opened and managed, as these will have an impact on the suitability of the account. Make sure to check the withdrawal restrictions, too – while many easy access ISAs allow unlimited access to funds, some have stricter rules in place, so always check the finer details of any account before making your decision.
There are four main types of ISA available in the UK, Cash ISAs, Stocks and Shares ISAs, Innovative Finance ISAs (IFISA) and Lifetime ISAS (LISA). This guide explains the differences between them and how each type of ISA works.
There are four main types of ISA available in the UK, Cash ISAs, Stocks and Shares ISAs, Innovative Finance ISAs (IFISA) and Lifetime ISAS (LISA).
Using an ISA transfer is important as its the only way to retain the tax-free status of your funds. Our helpful guide explains what you should know before you transfer.
Using an ISA transfer is the only way to retain the tax-free status of your funds. Our helpful guide explains what you should know before you transfer.
Did you know that you can inherit your spouse's/civil partner's ISA savings? This guide explains the rules on inheriting ISAs and the important things you need to know.
What you need to know about claiming and investing an inherited ISA, and retaining its tax-free status.
ISAs have restrictions on how much you can put in each tax year and when you’re allowed to open a new account versus move your funds. To help, we’ve gathered together information on the 2023/24 tax year’s ISA allowance, as well as many other important taxation considerations.
Download our complete guide to the ISA allowance for 2023/24. Restrictions, how to move accounts and taxation considerations.