Second cash Lifetime ISA to launch next week - MSE News

Nottingham Building Society will launch its cash Lifetime ISA on Tuesday - making it only the second provider to offer this type of savings account, which gives a 25% bonus for buying your first home or to put towards your retirement...
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  • Ed-1Ed-1 Forumite
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    Nottingham Building Society will launch its cash Lifetime ISA on Tuesday - making it only the second provider to offer this type of savings account, which gives a 25% bonus for buying your first home or to put towards your retirement...
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    'Second cash Lifetime ISA to launch next week'
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    Bit pointless matching Skipton's rate. Even 1.1% would've attracted more customers.
  • MalthusianMalthusian Forumite
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    Skipton did increase the rate from 0.5% to 1%, only half of which is explained by the base rate increase. Is it possible they knew of Nottingham's launch and had to react?
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    Malthusian wrote: »
    Skipton did increase the rate from 0.5% to 1%, only half of which is explained by the base rate increase. Is it possible they knew of Nottingham's launch and had to react?

    More like Nottingham reacted to Skipton.
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    Malthusian wrote: »
    Skipton did increase the rate from 0.5% to 1%, only half of which is explained by the base rate increase. Is it possible they knew of Nottingham's launch and had to react?
    No, they followed both base rate increases separately, by going from 0.5% to 0.75% immediately following last November's base rate rise and then tracking this month's one independently of that.
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    The fact that they won't allow transfers from other LISAs or HTB ISAs is a terrible decision... I expect them to most likely receive little to no new business as I believe the majority of people who both know about what a LISA is and can make use of this product have already committed elsewhere.
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    Wildsound wrote: »
    The fact that they won't allow transfers from other LISAs or HTB ISAs is a terrible decision... I expect them to most likely receive little to no new business as I believe the majority of people who both know about what a LISA is and can make use of this product have already committed elsewhere.
    But that doesn't take into account the fact that there are circa 60,000 18th birthdays every month, so there's a constant stream of savers who are newly eligible.

    Couple that with the relatively low number of LISAs that had been opened by March this year and it's easy to see that there's plenty of potential new business out there, which will become more apparent as we head towards next year's retirement of the HTB ISA scheme:

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    Malthusian wrote: »
    Skipton did increase the rate from 0.5% to 1%, only half of which is explained by the base rate increase. Is it possible they knew of Nottingham's launch and had to react?

    I was told in branch is was supposed to be launched in July but the base rate news made them delay to end of August. Obviously in anticipation of Skipton raising the rate.
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    eskbanker wrote: »
    But that doesn't take into account the fact that there are circa 60,000 18th birthdays every month, so there's a constant stream of savers who are newly eligible.

    Couple that with the relatively low number of LISAs that had been opened by March this year and it's easy to see that there's plenty of potential new business out there, which will become more apparent as we head towards next year's retirement of the HTB ISA scheme:

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    Foresters Friendly Society do one too.
    https://www.forestersfriendlysociety.co.uk/saving-investing/lifetime-isa/at-a-glance/
    Free the dunston one next time too.
  • Gordon_the_MoronGordon_the_Moron Forumite
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    The article says you won't be able to transfer in from any existing LISAs or H2BISAs.

    Does that mean you can transfer from cash ISAs or not (just curious doesn't affect me) seems weird.

    No transfers is rather annoying, I've got a Skipton Lisa and I'd rather have it with Nottingham than Skipton as I've got a branch within walking distance (the closest Skipton is 30 miles away) and I've got other accounts with Nottingham, would be easier to have it in one place.
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    how many LISA I can actually have? 1 or more?
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