Best cash Isa rates this week

Last updated: Jul 29th, 2015
Feature by Moneywise editorial team

Everyone aged over 16 can save up to £15,240 in an Isa during the 2015/16 tax year.

This means all interest you earn in your Isa is free of tax - so a cash Isa should always be the first home for your savings.

Which type of cash Isa do you need?

When picking an Isa, the first thing to decide is whether you want to fix your interest rate or opt for more flexibility with a variable rate.

If you want to secure the interest rate you earn on your savings, and are happy to lock your money away for a set period of time, then a fixed-rate Isa might be for you.

However, if you want to make additional deposits beyond the upfront opening deposit, or make withdrawals, then a variable-rate Isa with easy access is probably more suitable.

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