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£3000 not disappeared into the void

April 11th, 2006 at 02:23 pm

Received a letter from my tax free savings account to say that they received my money – it squeezed in at the last minute on the 5th of April. I won’t be making that mistake again, and intend to open this year’s sometime this month – even if I only put £20 in it, it’ll be there for me to add to later on in the year.
About this time each year, I compile all my financial information together and add all the totals together on a sheet of paper. This week some of my end of tax year statements should start to come through and I’ll be able to do that. I’m waiting for – my pension illustration document, my AVC statement, my 2004/5 ISA statement, my student loan statement (I phoned for an automated update on this last week, but the system “couldn’t access my information”).

3 Responses to “£3000 not disappeared into the void”

  1. scottish girl Says:

    Do you have an ISA with different bank accounts? I've had the same one for a couple of years.

  2. scottish girl Says:

    I meant different banks.

  3. loubilou Says:

    Yes - my 2004/5 is with National Savings and Investments, and my last one is with Halifax. I usually just go for whichever Instant Access one has the best rate at the time. I suppose I should also keep an eye on it and transfer them if a better deal comes up - but I've not been brave enough for that yet!

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