ISAs: Investing for income
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With the Bank of England Base Rate remaining at just 0.5% for the last 7 years, the need for income from capital has arguably never been greater.
One of the easiest ways to boost income is to reduce the tax you pay, and for many years ISAs have been one of simplest and most accessible tax shelters. In this free guide we explain:
- How to invest for income in ISAs
- How ISAs can help reduce the amount of tax you pay
- Cash ISAs vs. Stocks & Shares ISAs - which one?
- The most popular types of ISA investments - and their risks
- Simple ways to start investing in an ISA
- How to revitalise any existing ISAs you already hold
This guide is not personalised advice. Please remember tax rules can change and the value of the tax benefits will depend on your individual circumstances. Whilst cash is guaranteed, the value of stock market investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. The income from investments is variable and not an indicator of future income.
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