The Individual Savings Account, or ISA for short, has become hugely popular since it was introduced in the late 1990s. But from 1st July ISAs are changing.
Firstly they will now be called the New ISA or NISA for short. But far more importantly there are other changes, which will bring huge opportunities for savers.
So what’s changing? How can you benefit? What action do you need to take? We’ve got all the answers right here.
#1: Limits are rising
Currently you can pay up to £11,520 into an ISA, but from 1st July the ...