Cash ISA definition

Cash ISA means a pound sterling denominated individual savings account.
Cash ISA means an ISA that is designated as a cash ISA under the ISA Regulations.
Cash ISA means an Individual Savings Account as defined and governed by the ISA Regulations which holds cash or other qualifying investments;

Examples of Cash ISA in a sentence

  • Individual Savings Accounts (‘ISAs’) can be either a Stocks & Shares ISA or a Cash ISA.

  • Cash ISAs transferred in this way will lose their Cash ISA status and will form part of your accumulated Stocks & Shares ISAs.

  • The entire ISA tax allowance limit is able to be invested into a Stocks and Shares ISA or a Cash ISA, or any combination of the two, provided that you do not pay in more than the overall ISA limit within the same tax year.

  • Individual Savings Accounts (‘ISAs’) can be either a Stocks and Shares ISA or a Cash ISA.

  • With a Cash ISA or a Stocks & Shares ISA (or a combination of the two), you can save or invest up to £20,000 a year tax-efficiently.


More Definitions of Cash ISA

Cash ISA means an Account opened with us and managed in accordance with the ISA Regulations where money is placed with us for a fixed period and for a fixed rate of interest where there are limits on how much can be saved each year;
Cash ISA means the cash ISA product provided by Bank and Clients;
Cash ISA means an ISA which is designated as a cash account under the ISA regulations.
Cash ISA means a ”cash account” as defined and governed by the ISA Regulations.
Cash ISA means all or any of your Cash ISA(s) held with us.
Cash ISA means an Individual Savings Account asdefined and governed by the ISA Regulations which holds cash or other qualifying investments;
Cash ISA means a cash based ISA.