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New Isa: where to find the best cash Nisa rates

The New Isa (Nisa) has arrived, meaning you can now put up to £15,000 in a cash account. If you're planning to take advantage of the new allowance …

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The new Isa: How to make the most of your Nisa

Despite dwindling interest rates, with the right approach, even sticking to cash can mean you are quids in<p>Announced in the Budget, the new, enhanced …

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Nisas will improve investors' financial planning options

As well as the raised allowance and retirement options, Isas can now also offer some tax planning options around inheritance tax (IHT), primarily via …

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Isa changes: arrival of the Nisa allows savers to stash more cash

These days it's a rare moment that savers are given good news but those with plenty of cash to stash away will be able to put even more out of the taxman's grasp from 1 July. Major changes coming in mean you will be able to put up to £15,000 a year in a cash Isa; almost three times as much as the …

New ISA savings accounts take effect

<b>Savers will be able to set more money aside tax-free and have more flexibility between cash and investments, under new rules.</b><p>All tax-free ISAs will become New ISAs - known as NISAs - from Tuesday, and the amount that can be saved or invested will increase to £15,000.<p>In a change from previous rules, …

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The big Isa drawback: the mess when you die

If you die and leave your Isa to your spouse, he or she will face a muddle - which is why we're campaigning for change, says Richard Dyson<p>In the excitement of being able to save more into Isas <b>from Tuesday</b>, let’s not forget one large unfairness remaining in the Isa system: one which the Chancellor …

The new Isa: How to become a Nisa millionaire in 26 years

No one knows exactly how many Isa millionaires there are. Stockbroker Brewin Dolphin has in the past claimed that around 15 of its clients have over …

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What does the New Isa mean for your savings and investments?

Super-charged accounts everyone should get: What does the New Isa mean for your saving and investing?<p>By<p>Published: 06:30 EDT, 1 July 2014 | Updated: …

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Why miss the chance of tax-free returns as Isas raise their game?

It's just 10 days until you have the chance to stash money away in New Isas (Nisas). The savings schemes were trumpeted by the Chancellor in his …

How to avoid overpaying tax on inheritance

Death duties aren’t just for Downton: How to keep inheritance tax to a minimum and can an AIM Isa do this?<p>By<p>Published: 03:02 EDT, 9 January 2014 | …

Millions of savers are facing Isa misery: Your cash could go missing for weeks as red tape hits launch of new £15k accounts

• Fears banks are unprepared for launch of flagship tax-free Super Isas<br>• Deluge of inquiries could see investors' cash disappearing for five weeks<br>• Chaos …

Leica Proudly Releases ‘The Most Boring Ad Ever Made’ for the New Leica T

What’s the most boring advertisement you’ve ever seen? Well, whatever it is, Leica is here to challenge it. In a move that is part humor part …

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Festival of Speed 2014: Red Arrows rule the skies above Goodwood

THOUSANDS of Festival of Speed visitors tore their focus away from the hill climb to spot the Red Arrows fly by at Goodwood today (June 27).<p>The air …

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Recruits' Ineligibility Tests the Military

More Than Two-Thirds of American Youth Wouldn't Qualify for Service, Pentagon Says<p>More than two-thirds of America's youth would fail to qualify for military service because of physical, behavioral or educational shortcomings, posing challenges to building the next generation of soldiers even as the …

Britain publishes draft laws fleshing out pensions reform

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain took a step closer to reforming pensions by publishing draft legislation on Thursday that permits collective workplace pension schemes, despite criticism of the plans by the industry.<p>The new rules, which were outlined earlier this year and should become law before a …

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Coroner's training call after RAF man killed by armoured vehicle

<b>A serviceman died in Afghanistan after being crushed by an armoured vehicle with defective brakes operated by an unqualified driver, a coroner ruled.</b><p>RAF Senior Aircraftman Kinikki Griffiths, 20, from Devon, died when he was crushed by a Jackal vehicle in Helmand Province on 16 July 2010.<p>Coroner …

Hornby back on track with finances

Scalextric and model train maker Hornby to unveil debt deal with full-year results<p>Hornby, the maker of model trains, Corgi toys and Scalextric racing car sets, has unveiled a crucial debt refinancing alongside annual results on Friday, putting it back on track after a string of profit warnings.<p>The …

Telephone, TV and the jet engine: unheralded British inventions

Risk to Britain's future as centre for innovation because of lack of awareness that many great inventions come from the UK<p>Telephones, TVs and jet engines are some of the world’s most important inventions – but many people are unaware they are the product of British innovation.<p>This lack of knowledge …

Middle class families braced for inheritance tax time bomb

Rising house prices and the recovering economy are set to force tens of thousands more people above the death tax threshold<p>The number of families hit with inheritance tax bills will rise by one third this year, according to figures that show the full extent of Britain’s death tax time bomb.<p>Treasury …

Marillyn Hewson: the F-35 fighter jet is going to support 25,000 jobs in the UK

Amid rising global tensions, Lockheed's chief has big plans for the company's future – and faith in its new $1.5 trillion plane, writes Katherine Rushton<p>Marillyn Hewson has worked her way up the corporate ladder at Lockheed Martin for more than 30 years but even she was surprised when, at the end …

UK consumer confidence at most optimistic point in nine years

Britons are feeling more optimistic than at any time for nine years according to the latest snapshot of consumer confidence, as economic recovery becomes more established.<p>GfK's monthly tracker of the nation's mood rose from 0 in May to 1 in June – putting the index into positive territory for the …

Windfarms and solar energy: healthy returns for investors, but risks

Savers are being offered returns of up to 9% a year – or four times the best available rates on cash Isas – by lending their money to build wind and solar energy projects across the UK. Promoters claim the schemes offer a steady and predictable income, although they are not without risk.<p>A primary …

New freedoms spark rush from final salary pensions

Some members of final salary schemes, such as Liam Fearnley (pictured) are desperate to cash in before the freedom is scrapped<p>Workers are rushing to exit “gold-plated” final salary pensions for fear of being permanently blocked from using the new pension freedoms to cash in their funds.<p>In March, …

Tracker fund price war makes DIY investing cheaper than ever

At M&G Investments it has emerged that fund manager Richard Woolnough was paid £17.5m last year – which is 600 times the average salary in the UK and even more than his boss at Prudential, which owns M&G. Meanwhile, Martin Gilbert at Aberdeen Asset Management raked in more than £5m, making him …

Barclays 'quadruples' overdraft fees

A shake-up of overdrafts at Barclays, which took effect this week, could result in some people paying four or five times more than they did before, it is claimed.<p>On Monday, as part of a package of changes announced in March, Barclays stopped charging interest on overdrafts – it previously charged …

Freeze child benefit for over-fives to fund better childcare, says thinktank

IPPR calls for full-time affordable childcare for children aged one to four in report partly adopted by Labour<p>Child benefit should be frozen for all children over the age of five to fund improved childcare, including full-time, year-round affordable childcare for all one- to four-year-olds, …