cordial wrote: »
I've seen it mentioned more than once on this forum that people have decided to consolidate all their 'mess' of previous years' ISAs into one with a new provider who accepts tranfers in.
debbie42 wrote: »
I can't imagine why anyone would move from a higher rate to a lower rate ISA just to tidy up the accounts.
bristolleedsfan wrote: »
people can transfer their isa to a higher paying isa ( eg kent reliance building society), just that often people cant transfer their isa to the very highest paying isa because the highest paying isa often doesnt accept transfers in. ( e.g egg isa)
Gordon_the_Moron wrote: »
6.21%, most of my money is there with £3000 in Barclays Tax Beater Cash ISA, I try to keep my money together as far as possible but if it was a choice between splitting it and getting better interest or consolidating it I'd go for the better interest.
MiserlyMartin wrote: »
Very good point agreed. I bet theres a lot of us with ISA's approaching the 33K mark. It is annoying that quite a few don't do partial transfers.
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
Incl £2ish sun cream & £1.50 disposable BBQs