• ISAs
  • ISA allowance

ISA allowances for 2016/17

An ISA (Individual Savings Account) is simply a tax-efficient way to save or invest.

The best way to think of an ISA is as a tax ‘wrapper’ – the wrapper protects your money and you aren’t charged tax on the interest you earn*, offering greater growth potential.

For each tax year, there is a limit to the amount you can invest in an ISA – the 2016/17 tax year allowance is £15,240, and can be invested in any combination of stocks and shares and/or cash.

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2015/16 Stocks & Shares ISA allowance

ISA allowance

  • You can invest up to £15,240 in our Stocks & Shares ISA

  • Put your money in equity funds, bond funds and cash

  • Hold funds that invest in shares quoted on stock markets around the world

Find out more about our Stocks & Shares ISA

Junior ISA allowance

  • You can invest up to £4,080 in our Junior ISA

  • You can invest in any combination of equity funds, bond funds and cash

Find out more about our Junior Stocks & Shares ISA 

 

Important information

The value of investments can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount invested. The value of tax savings and eligibility to invest in an ISA or Junior ISA depend on personal circumstances. All tax rules may change in future. With a Junior ISA, the investment is locked away until the child turns 18. The value of investments in overseas markets may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.

Our UK-based Fidelity Personal Investing team may call you to help you with any queries you may have concerning the process. Use this form if you would like to request a call back at a specific time.

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If you have any questions, please call our freephone UK-based team.

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0333 300 3350

Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm,
Saturday 9am to 6pm.

Please be aware that Fidelity Personal Investing does not give advice. If you are unsure of the suitability of an investment, please contact an authorised financial adviser.