23 March 2015

Barry O'Neill's P&J article explains why it's a NISA time to look at your financial plans

In today’s Press & Journal Carbon’s Investment Director, Barry O’Neill reflects on some of the ‘rabbit-out-of-the-hat’ announcements Chancellor, George Osborne made back in 2014, and how these and further measures in last week’s budget will now impact the savings market.

Barry explores the additional measures announced last week and how they will offer greater flexibility for your investment choices, and effectively introduce tax relief on savings for first time property buyers.

The article highlights why the new Isas (Nisas), created in July 2014, with their additional benefits announced last week, should part of most people’s financial plans.

It is another interesting article and a good summary of how the the most recent Budget will affect the savings market, you can read Barry’s full article here, or by clicking on the image below.

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P&J 23 March 15

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