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Indeed, it seems saving is back in vogue as in the next six months alone, as many as 70% of Brits intend to save, up from 64% last September. Almost half (47%) of all households are saving, rising from 40% last August. Today, some 17 million (35%) adults have less than £500 in investable assets, while 36% have between £500 and £10,000 and 29% have over £10,000. Meanwhile, as many as 12% of Brits have over £50,000 worth of savings. Toby Clark, Head of UK Finance at Mintel, said: "Saving is more popular than ever, and the slowdown appears to have concentrated people's minds on the importance of saving. Huge uncertainty ...
An ISA represents a relatively simple way for the private investor to save in a tax efficient way. Whilst the tool is a relatively straight forward one there are a number of considerations which will allow the investor to gain the most from an ISA. ISAs were introduced by the UK government in 1999 to replace Personal Equity Plans (PEPs) and Tax Exempt Special Savings Accounts (TESSAs) as way of helping savers to do so in a tax efficient way. The ISA is best though of not as a separate product but as a wrapper which is put around an investment in order to save tax. Previously a number of ... Read More
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