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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has widened the range of investments available through ISAs to include peer-to-peer lending trusts.
TISA, the British Bankers Association (BBA) and the British Societies Association (BSA) have published guidelines explaining how ISAs can be passed on tax free upon death.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced a 'radically more flexible' ISA system as he used the final Budget of the current Parliament to offer more saver-friendly policies to the electorate.
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Rewriting the rules on retirement planning
High street bank mortgage approvals were down 20% in November compared with the year before, new figures from the British Bankers' Association (BBA) have shown.
Chancellor George Osborne announced today that ISAs will retain their tax-free status when transferred after death.
The outgoing Bank of England (BoE) deputy governor Sir Charlie Bean has said it is "reasonable" to expect interest rates to return to 5% within a decade.
Hargreaves Lansdown has outlined five amendments to the rules surrounding ISAs ahead of the March Budget which it said could help boost saving and investment.
ISA investors are open to taking on more risk in order to increase their savings, research suggests.
Prosperity Independent Financial Advisers and Stockbrokers has joined forces with investment specialist Brooks Macdonald Asset Management to give clients targeted access to their funds.
More than half of consumers believe they would benefit from seeking financial advice, according to a report out today.
Plans to allow "zombie" child trust funds (CTFs) to be switched to Junior ISAs could see savers £7,500 better off.
The Government will consult on options for transferring savings held in child trust funds (CTFs) into Junior ISAs.
The government is consulting on plans to expand the range of shares that are eligible for a stocks and shares ISA.
Aviva has scrapped plans to add a group ISA and group SIPP to its employee benefits platform, Work:Life.
More savers appear willing to accept lower rates of interest on savings products as the UK's base rate remains at its historic low of 0.5%, research suggests.