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ISA - Savings

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
I've just inherited £3500 and was wondering which ISA is the best at the moment (or any other savings method).

I currently bank with HSBC and when I went onto the savings page I was presented with a choice of 8 packages needless to say I was stumped.

Any help appreciated.
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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1 Like #1
Go to vegas and enjoy it :thumbsup:
banned 1 Like #2
are you looking to lock it up for a few years, if so i have seen some that increase each year
1 Like #3
Check out moneysupermarket.com & fool.com
#4
sassie;7860495
are you looking to lock it up for a few years, if so i have seen some that increase each year


Sorry I forgot to mention that - I'm not looking at touching it for at least 12 months (maybe longer)
#5
chesso;7860542
Check out moneysupermarket.com & fool.com


I read that as "Check out moneysupermarket.com you fool"

But cheers - didnt think of that :thumbsup:
banned#6
dcx_badass
ISA's are boring with rubbish interest atm (in most cases), I stuck all mine in premium bonds, much more fun.


i totally agree, but last time i mentioned that i nearly got my head ripped off, so thought ide leave it to others
banned 1 Like #7
NS&I are the best:-

Because National Savings and Investments is backed by HM Treasury, you can rest assured that all your capital is 100% secure, however much you invest.
#8
red_dwarfer
I read that as "Check out moneysupermarket.com you fool"

But cheers - didnt think of that :thumbsup:


:giggle:
You said it!! :-D

You're welcome - a bit easier than half a million various personal opinions IMHO. ;-)
banned#9
3 grand? You don't need a bank - you need a money clip.
#10
[QUOTE=FilthAndFurry]3 grand? You don't need a bank - you need a money clip.[/QUOTE

what if its in fivers.:thumbsup:
#11
premium bonds are a big waste of time.
the money "won" is usually 90% worse than that if it was in a 3.5% interest (going rate these days) savings account.
#12
dcx_badass
ISA's are boring with rubbish interest atm (in most cases), I stuck all mine in premium bonds, much more fun.


Fun? :?
1 Like #13
Check out MSE for best savings rates as well. If you really want ISA, you will probably find rates improve just before end of financial year as banks / bldg societies get more competitive then - and current 3.5% inflation should have had an impact on savings by then!:thumbsup:

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