Cofunds and FundsNetwork are again joining forces to offer last-minute ISA collection points.
The initiative will see 13 national collection points set up around the UK where advisers can drop off applications up to 6pm on 5 April.
"It's all about choice," says sales and marketing director Alastair Conway (pictured). "We're seeing the number of online applications increase at a great pace, but some advisers still prefer to physically hand in applications. The collection points offer advisers an additional way to submit applications, which can be critical for those who would otherwise miss the post."
Applications can also be submitted at Fidelity's offices in Kent, Manchester, London and Surrey and Cofunds' offices in London and Chelmsford. Applications will be quality checked on site.
Fidelity International head of platform sales and DC business Julian Webb says: "Early indications from our sales so far this year and speaking with advisers shows that the industry should look forward to a buoyant ISA season, particularly with the backdrop of increasingly strong investor confidence and our improving domestic economic situation."
He adds the ISA is especially valuable for investors this year amid a background of rising taxes.
"We encourage advisers to ensure their clients' make the most of their tax breaks and don't give their ISA allowance away to the tax man," he says.
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