Which ISA should you choose?
Choosing an Individual Savings Account (ISA) used to be simple. There was either a cash...Read more
The company that who holds the security interest created on trust for creditors.
Units of ownership within financial assets.
Self-invested personal pension. This is a pension that you manage by yourself, contribute to, and choose the investments you want to make. Some ISAs allow you to invest your SIPP into the fund.
The stock market, a market in which a percentage of public companies shares are bought and sold.
An individual savings account that invests money in the stock market. A Stocks and Shares ISA can have a varying degree of risk from cautious (lowest risk) to aggressive (highest risk).
The amount of money you're allowed to earn before you begin paying tax.
How much tax you owe and the tax allowance you are allowed is determined by a 12 month period referred to as a tax year.
Money you don't pay tax on.
The term on your chosen ISA is the length of time you need to leave your investment to grow before you can access your funds.
The act of moving money from one ISA to another.
An interest rate that changes over time.