ISA - mature transfer part

Hi
I have 2 ISA's maturing at nearly same time.
Can i transfer part of the one maturing ISA to another fixed ISA with another provider and set up another fixed ISA with the current provider? (looking as total goes over £85k safety limit). So I would then have 2 fixed rate ISA's with 2 different providers but set up this year. (Not used cash allowance this year or set up a separate ISA this year).
Thanks

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  • frugalmacdugal
    frugalmacdugal Posts: 10,077
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    Hi,
    yes, as long as your maturing ISA allows a partial transfer.
  • Subject to the proviso of partial transfers being allowed, you can split your maturing ISAs up into as many other ISAs as you like (provided they all allow transfers in).  You want 10 ISAs now, you can have 10 ISAs now!  
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  • Albermarle
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    RVH_2 said:
    Hi
    I have 2 ISA's maturing at nearly same time.
    Can i transfer part of the one maturing ISA to another fixed ISA with another provider and set up another fixed ISA with the current provider? (looking as total goes over £85k safety limit). So I would then have 2 fixed rate ISA's with 2 different providers but set up this year. (Not used cash allowance this year or set up a separate ISA this year).
    Thanks
    Suggest a good read through the forum will make sure you are fully up to speed with all questions about ISA's and transfers.
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