self select ISA

Put yourself in control with a self-select ISA

If you're comfortable picking your own investments you can avoid relying on a fund manager to run your Isa for you by opting for a 'self-select Isa'.

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Last-minute ISAs: answers to your top 10 questions

The clock is ticking if you want to use this year's (2011/12) ISA allowance. If you haven't invested it by midnight on 5 April you will lose it forever. So here's everything you need to know about ISAs and how to get one.

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Don't wait until the last minute to choose your ISA

People should not wait until the last minute to put money into an ISA, the Financial Ombudsman has warned.

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What is an ISA?

Individual savings accounts, or ISAs as they're more commonly known, are tax-efficient ways to save and invest your money. Introduced in 1999, they now hold more than £385 billion of the UK's savings and investments.

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Should you open a self select ISA?

Whether you're using this year's ISA allowance to save for your kids, your home or your retirement, if you've got five to 10 years or more before you need to get your hands on the money, you'll usually be better off saving...

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How to manage your own ISA

Following the introduction of new rules that will require consumers to pay for advice, more and more investors will decide to ditch their independent financial adviser and go it alone.

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