Accounts

If you want to make your money work for you, then you have to make sure it’s in the right account. Some accounts are for retirement, some are for short-term savings, some have tax advantages. Sound confusing? It’s actually not. We swear. Let us show you the way.

What's a SIPP?

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It's a self-invested personal pension that helps you save for retirement.

What's an Individual Savings Account (ISA)?

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It's a kind of tax-free savings account.

What's a Junior Individual Savings Account (JISA)?

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It's a kind of tax-free savings account that parents can open up for their children.

What's the JISA contribution limit?

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In the 2020/21 tax year, it's £9,000.

Chequing vs Savings Account

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What's the difference between a savings and chequing account — we compare them both and let you in on the pros and cons of each.

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The Waterfall Method

This lesson will take you step-by-step through each of the most important buckets for holding your money and the exact order to fill those buckets.

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ISA deadline 2019

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5 April, 2019

What is a chequing Account?

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You're probably using the humble chequing account every day for things like paying rent or buying groceries, but when it comes to finding the right account for you, there's no one-size-fits-all.

Stocks And Shares ISA

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Here's everything you could possibly want to know about the yearly ISA allowance and rules.

Stocks and Shares ISA

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Here's everything you could possibly want to know about Stocks and Shares ISAs; what they are, how they work the allowances and the rules.

What's a Wealthsimple Personal account?

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Like an ISA a personal investment account is an account for holding cash and investments.

Should I get a JISA?

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If you have a child, absolutely.