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How will the new ‘British ISA’ work in practice?

Kyle and Craig detail what is known so far about the British ISA, and discuss which types of investments might be eligible.

14th March 2024 08:52

by the interactive investor team from interactive investor

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A week on from Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget, Kyle is joined by Craig Rickman, interactive investor’s personal finance editor, to dissect the main personal finance talking points. One of the main announcements for investors was the ‘British ISA’, which will be an extra £5,000 yearly allowance. Kyle and Craig detail what is known so far about the British ISA, and discuss which types of investments might be eligible.  

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Kyle Caldwell is collectives editor at interactive investor.

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