Nucleus has called for advice charging to count as a free withdrawal from the Lifetime ISA (LISA) as one of nine recommendations to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to improve the new savings scheme due to come into effect in April.
HMRC's consultation on the proposed savings scheme closes today and Nucleus product technical manager Rachel Vahey (pictured) has argued a charge-free advice withdrawal from the LISA would help people...
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