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An ISA (Individual Savings Account) is a savings account available to UK residents on which the return is tax-free, and which need not be declared on the investor's tax return. All income (dividends and interest) and all capital gains within the account are free of tax. For the current tax year 6th April 2022 to 5th April 2023, the overall investment limit is £20,000.00. You may only open one stocks and shares ISA per tax year.

 

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  1. Financial Times

    Financial Times - Never invest just to avoid tax

    Terry Smith points out that people who invest just to avoid tax often fail to look as closely as they should at fee structures and would be better off putting money into something they really want to own.

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    Financial Times - Market timing: don’t try this at home

    Terry Smith writes that trying to time markets can achieve the opposite of what is desired and points out that there are only two types of investors – those who know they can’t make money from market timing, and those who don’t know they can’t.

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    Financial Times - Lessons from the Tour de France

    Terry Smith explains what investors can learn from the Tour de France - like cycling, investing is a test of endurance and the winner will be the investor who finds a good strategy or fund and sticks with it.

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  4. Financial Times - Poor and Confused Outlook Continues for Retail Investors.

    Sir, I refer to Alice Ross's article " Market timing errors prove too costly " (FT Money, November 20). The article quoted Skandia saying that behaviour on its investment platform reflects the fact that many investors buy UK equities in response to what the FTSE has been doing - buying more when it is high and less when it is low - a recipe for poor investment performance adding further justification to the notion that most investors are their own worst enemy.

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