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If you haven't already, there’s still time to invest up to £20,000 into an ISA and up to £40,000* into a Pension this tax year (2022/2023), if you act now. If you’re thinking of making a contribution, please contact your independent financial adviser directly, as soon as possible before 28th February 2023. We’re here to help.
For the 2022/23 tax year, the maximum ISA allowance is £20,000. You can choose to invest your money in one type of ISA account, or you can split the allowance across some or all of the other types available. The tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April and your allowance re-sets at the start of each year, so if not used is lost. You can only pay £4,000 into your Lifetime ISA in a tax year, but this leaves £16,000 to contribute to other ISA accounts. Parents and guardians can set up an ISA for their children under the age of 18, then parents and others can invest up to £9,000 (2022/2023) in a Junior ISA for the child and this is in addition to the £20,000 allowance.
There are a number of benefits to investing in an ISA:
There’s still time to invest up to £40,000* into a pension this tax year (2022/2023). To make the most of your pension allowance you can either contribute personally or from your business.
There are a number of benefits to investing in a pension:
*Pension contributions are dependent on your personal circumstances, please speak to your financial adviser
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