Why invest regularly into your ISA?
The government offers generous tax breaks to encourage people to save. One of the easiest ways is through an ISA or Individual Savings Account.
Thousands of investors leave it until late in the tax year to use their ISA allowance, giving their money less time to grow. Here Penny Haslam summarises how drip feeding regular amounts into your ISA throughout the year could help reduce risk.
Cash you withdraw from a flexible ISA can be replaced during the same tax year without counting towards your annual ISA allowance. This is known as ISA flexibility
Find out more about ISA flexibility
- Investments can fall in value and you may get back less than you invested
- The value of this favourable tax treatment to you depends on your individual circumstances
- The ISA tax rules might change in future.
- Investing without advice is not for everyone and if you’re unsure, please seek independent advice. Barclays Stockbrokers does not give advice.
If you’re ready to make your own investment decisions, our Investment ISA should be the first account you consider for tax-efficient investing.