Since April 2017, you’ve been able to open a Lifetime ISA if you’re aged between 18 and 40. For every £4 you pay in, the government will add £1. You can pay in a maximum of £4,000 a year to receive the £1,000 bonus from the government, which will be added at the end of […]
Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement didn’t contain any major tax or pensions changes that have any immediate impact for you. This means we can plan for the tax year end with confidence and clarity.
As from April 2017, a new variant of the ISA will become available to investors under the age of 40, namely the Lifetime ISA, or ‘LISA’.