NISAS

AcronymDefinition
NISASNorthern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey
NISASNutrition in Schools Advisory Service (Australia)
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NISA, the new ISA offering greater flexibility and a bigger allowance, celebrates its first birthday on July 1.
Nevertheless, according to a recent survey of more than 2,000 people, almost 40 per cent have no intention of using any part of their new allowance and only 16 percent said the launch of NISAs encouraged them to save.
Jan O'Sullivan by email Martin Says: ISAs are now supposedly NISA (they were renamed New ISAs this year as the amount you can save in them has been raised to PS15,000 per tax year).
Having received yet another letter from my building society advising me that they were reducing the interest rate on my cash ISA(NISA) I marched into the local branch office to close the account and I got a cheque for just over PS43,000.
Savvy saver One way to begin saving is to open up a NISA (New Individual Savings Account).
Cash NISAs are a straightforward savi a ngs account where you put money in and get a rate of interest that can be flexible (if it's an instant-access account, for example) or fixed (if you opt for a fixed-term account).
Cash NISAs are a straightforward savings account where you put money in and get a rate of interest that can be flexible (if it's an instant-access account, for example) or fixed (if you opt for a fixed-term account).
However, with ISAs getting a lot NISA, now is the ideal time to start savi sa ng.
Q: Will the NISA provide a single home for ISA money?
Wasted tax relief on pension contributions cost us PSPS2.9billion, unused NISA allowances PS1.3billion, unnecessary capital gains tax PSPS158million and inheritance tax PS550million.