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Cash ISAs are the most popular type of tax-free savings in the UK. But with low interest rates, high inflation and current tax rules, are they really the best place for your savings?
The Lifetime ISA bonus can help boost savings towards a first home or a more flexible retirement, but you need to get started before age 40.
Responsibility for financial security rests with you now. Fortunately, it’s relatively easy to nurture your wealth these days.
Financial independence sounds good, but are you confident about it means and how to achieve it? Follow these steps to get started.