Extra £20 Quidco cashback when you open a new ISA
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Extra £20 Quidco cashback when you open a new ISA

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Found 6th Apr
This is quite a good deal as the cashback available for opening different ISAs is high enough. I stupidly opened a stock and shares ISA with Moneyfarm 3 days ago and the cashback for that was £250 ( I invested £10k), with this deal the cashback would be £270.

Another option on the other end would be Shepherds Friendly Stocks & Shares ISA, If you invest £30 a month you could get potentially £110 cashback within (5 Months, from what I remember when I did this deal).
You're allowed to cancel the ISA whenever you want too without any penalties.

Have a proper look through the providers and I'm sure there is a good deal to be had that fits individual circumstances!
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Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see the point anymore myself to be honest.
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Krinkle16 m ago

Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see …Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see the point anymore myself to be honest.


Why would you not bother? It's better than having the money sit in the bank, at least this way you're getting returns.
Krinkle27 m ago

Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see …Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see the point anymore myself to be honest.


The return you get on making a new isa each year just from the cash back deal could amount to a couple %. None of it is life changing, but its less than an hours work for a few hundred quid with a good deal.
Are these cashback ISAs stocks & shares type?
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Krinkle28 m ago

Are these cashback ISAs stocks & shares type?


The ones I had a look at- yes.
Krinkle22 h, 21 m ago

Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see …Do people still bother with ISAs? ...genuine question, can't quite see the point anymore myself to be honest.


Granted cash ISA interest rates are often lower than taxable rates and the PSA should help address any tax due. They are valuable for stocks and shares ISA for CGT, APS and in time possibly IHT for growth between date of death and transfer.
Watch it as I have just found out that Quidco have declined my £20 bonus, is that not a case of misselling
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nodrog397 h, 38 m ago

Watch it as I have just found out that Quidco have declined my £20 bonus, …Watch it as I have just found out that Quidco have declined my £20 bonus, is that not a case of misselling


Did they give a reason why?

Wouldn't be miselling as they state that you shouldn't base your transaction on cashback as it is not guaranteed.
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