In this episode, Kyle is joined by Craig Rickman, interactive investor’s Personal Finance Editor, to look ahead to the Autumn Statement. As usual, in the weeks running up to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's speech at the Despatch Box, there’s plenty of speculation over what will be announced. A big rumour is potential reform to individual savings accounts, or ISAs. Kyle and Craig explain how ISAs may be given a makeover, and offer their views on various ideas that have been proposed.
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