Financial Planning Week: Fashion industry has best ISA savings

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Hope Coumbe
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Individuals working in the fashion industry have the highest average ISA savings on average, according to Twenty7tec.

The advice tech firm's latest research - published on 22 January for 2024 Financial Planning Week - looked at the value of ISAs among people working in various industries. The fashion industry fared the best in the research, recording average ISA savings of £300,000 among its workers. This came ahead of professional landlords (£177,000) and chemists (£142,000) who recorded the second and third-highest average ISA savings by industry. Chemists also fared well in the firm's findings on individual levels of pension savings, averaging the highest level (£464,000). They are followed by ...

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