Cash ISAs are tax-efficient savings accounts. Anyone in the UK that is 16 or over can start saving into a cash ISA. There are two main types of cash ISAs: easy-access where money can be withdrawn without attracting penalties, and fixed where savings attract a higher interest rate but cannot be withdrawn. The government launched help-to-buy cash ISAs to help young people and groups of potential homeowners to save together. Parents and grandparents that started fixed cash ISAs a while ago, may find that the interest rate that they are earning on their fund is below the market rate. Whether you are considering investing in a cash ISA for the first time, want to check the value and return on existing cash ISAs or wish to explore options we can help.
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How we consult with you
Our expert investment advisors will meet you and assess your existing income and cash flow requirements and your future financial aims. If you invested pocket money carefully; we understand that you will want to consider investment options. Your current life-stage and future plans form an important part of our analysis. We will also measure your attitude to risk, and what your requirements are regarding accessing funds should you need to. We will bench-mark and time-line your financial plans with you.
After consulting with you we will make recommendations. We will consider all of your existing investments, your income sources including your pension where relevant, ISA and investments structure, assets and savings. We may advise you to move your money from certain investments if they are underperforming. This is to ensure that all of your investments are managed in the most tax-efficient and productive way. We can implement an investment plan; or explain how you can put the plan into action yourself. We have selected reliable partners; who understand the needs of our clients as well as we do, after conducting extensive due diligence.
We will put in place a structured review process once your plan is underway. We will update you regularly to check that your plan is still heading in the right direction and that your lifestyle and needs have not changed. If you experience any significant life changes, such as marriage, divorce, retirement, redundancy or the birth of a child, we will automatically update the investment plan.