Everything you wanted to know about ISAs

Written by
Eszter Z.
Fact checked by
Gyula L.
Updated
Feb 2023

This article is a hub page, where we've collected all the necessary articles about Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) in the UK, see them listed just a scroll away. 

THE ESSENCE:

An Individual Savings Account is a UK-specific account type provided by either a bank, digital bank or broker. Your savings and earnings on an ISA are subject to less tax or no tax at all

You can build up your savings in multiple ways. The most popular ones are:

  • Cash ISAs: where you build tax-free interest on your unused cash
  • Stocks and shares ISAs: where based on your market performance, capital gains or dividends are tax free
  • Innovative finance ISAs: which is basically a loan arrangement, where individuals and businesses borrow from your cash
  • Lifetime ISAs: where you can save for your pension or for your first home, with gobernment adding +25% to your yearly allowance

Here's what you should know about ISAs

ISAs can be covered by multiple aspects so this is what we did. Here you can see a list of articles we have written about ISAs with a short brief:

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Eszter Zalán
Eszter Zalán

Eszter is a former Editor and Financial Journalist for BrokerChooser. She wrote and edited BrokerChooser's content from 2021 onwards, bringing her more than a decade-long experience in journalism to the team. She has covered world affairs and several financial crises, and dove deep into SEO and coding to make BrokerChooser's content more accessible to users.

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