Cofunds is linking up with six investment houses, including New Star, ABN Amro and Aberdeen, to offe...
Cofunds is linking up with six investment houses, including New Star, ABN Amro and Aberdeen, to offer collection points for the last day of the Isa season.
Invesco Perpetual, M&G and Hendersons are the other three groups involved and the 12 drop off points include Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Exeter. The other centres are Glasgow, Guildford, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Southampton.
Cofunds applications can be handed over between 10am and 6pm while those for the six groups can be handed in between 8am and 6pm.
Jupiter is offering 15 drop-off points for Isa applications in cities that include Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Leeds and Manchester.
Investors can also apply for a Jupiter Isa up until midnight on 5 April by logging on to the Jupiter website at jupiteronline.co.uk, telephoning 020 7314 7600 or posting applications to PO Box 14470, London SW1X 7SJ.
Schroders is accepting Isa applications up to 7pm on 5 April, with investors needing to deliver their forms to 31 Gresham Street in London.
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