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Get the most from your £15,000 ISA allowance
Whether you're a novice or an experienced saver, we could help you get the most from your 2014/2015 ISA allowance
We've got a range of different ISAs to choose from. Use the tool below to compare interest rates, minimum balances and more.
An Individual Savings Account (ISA) is a tax-efficient way to save or invest. UK residents aged 16 and over can choose to save in a cash ISA or if they are 18 or over, invest in a Stocks & Shares ISA or a combination of both. Parents or guardians could also open a Junior ISA for children under 18.
Each tax year you have an ISA allowance. For tax year 2014/2015 (6 April 2014 until 5 April 2015) the ISA allowance is £15,000 and Junior ISA allowance is £4,000.
Remember, in order to use the remainder of your annual tax free allowance for 2014/2015 you must open and deposit funds into your account before midnight on 5 April 2015.
The name of the account and if any eligibility criteria applies
The current highest Annual Equivalent Rate available for this account. AER illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once a year
The minimum deposit required to open this account
Type of account
What type of account this is; see the 'Savings accounts explained' page for details about account types
Number of withdrawals allowed without loss of interest; view product details for specific information
Notice period / loss of interest for additional withdrawals; view product details for specific information
Ways to open
How you can open the account; online, in a branch or by post
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Note: You have to be a main current account holder to open a Flexclusive ISA but other cash ISAs are available, take a look at the other tabs above to see what else we can offer you.
Remember, some cash ISAs are also open to 16 and 17 year olds, so it's worth taking a look at our full ISA range to make sure you've got the right ISA for you.
Note: You have to be a First Time Buyer or Home Mover to open a Save to Buy ISA but other cash ISAs are also available, take a look at the other tabs above to see what else we can offer you.
At Nationwide our goal is to make sure you get the right information so that you can make an informed decision.
We're working with Legal & General to offer you straight forward, cost effective investment funds that have been carefully chosen to help you start off on the right foot.
You can choose the fund that suits you, your goals and your attitude to risk and whether you want to invest in a Stocks & Shares ISA.
Please note that the value of your investment can go down as well as up, so you could get back less than you invested.
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AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.AER includes conditional bonus (if applicable)
The gross rate of interest is the interest rate payable before any income tax is deducted (if you do pay tax).
The net rate of interest is the interest payable after any income tax is deducted (if you do pay tax).
Tax-free is the contractual rate of interest payable where interest is exempt from income tax.
The tax information provided is based on our current understanding of current law and HM Revenue & Customs practice which can change.