4bn in new Individual Savings Account contributions in its third quarter along with a 30,000 rise to 476,000 in the number of active Vantage clients over the third quarter.
What does ISA stand for?
ISA stands for Individual Savings Account (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of ISA
We have 695 other meanings of ISA in our Acronym Attic
- Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers
- Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists
- Indian Squash Academy
- Indian Standard Equal/Unequal Angle (steel construction)
- Indian Statistical Association (est. 1960)
- Indian Student Association
- Indiana Sheep Association (Greenwood, IN)
- Indiana Society of Anesthesiologists
- Indicator-Based Stall Avoidance
- Indirect Speech Act (linguistics)
- Individual Services Agreement
- Inductee Special Assignment
- Industry Sector Analysis
- Industry Specific Application
- Industry Standard Architecture (PC slot type)
- Inertial Sensor Assembly
- Infectious Salmon Anaemia
- Information and Services Acquisition
- Information Science Associates
- Information Security Administration
Samples in periodicals archive:
A stocks and shares Individual Savings Account can be invested by your stockbroker in investments individually suitable for you - after establishing your investment objectives and risk tolerance.
That means an ISA, or Individual Savings Account - where interest rolls up tax-free - is likely to be a better bet.
Byline: MELANIE WRIGHT IF you haven't used your mini-cash Individual Savings Account (Isa) allowance this year, do it now, as returns are tax-free.
A: An ISA - or Individual Savings Account - is free of tax and can offer a better return than other accounts with higher interest rates.
There are nine days to go until the October 5 deadline for putting your cash into a Tessa-only Individual Savings Account (Toisa).
The guide includes information on changes to income tax, capital gains tax, corporation tax, stamp duty, inheritance tax, social security benefits, working tax credit, child tax credit, individual savings accounts, personal pensions, company car and fuel benefits, and VAT.
It recommends that share-based Individual Savings Accounts (Isas) should be abolished and more progressive incentives should be considered.