Accounting cross-party working group proposes 'Everything ISA'

To incorporate junior, cash, stocks & shares and innovative finance ISAs

Victoria McKeever
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The AAT ISA working group recommended the Everything ISA have a £1m lifetime limit, replacing the £20,000 annual investment limit
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The AAT ISA working group recommended the Everything ISA have a £1m lifetime limit, replacing the £20,000 annual investment limit

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) ISA working group, comprising MPs and industry experts, has suggested an 'Everything ISA' could simplify the UK's ISA framework.

In a report published today, the AAT working group suggested the junior, cash, stocks & shares and innovative finance ISAs should be folded into a new wrapper - the Everything ISA - to simplify the savings...

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