The ultimate guide to the Innovative Finance ISA

Although peer-to-peer lending (P2P) only became known to the UK, and indeed the world, in 2005, since the economic downturn of 2008 the sector has propelled towards the economic and investment mainstream.

Infographic: £8.8 million flows into Lending Works ISAs in 2 months!

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We launched our ISA on 8th February 2017, just in time for the so-called ISA season.

Your guide to the 2017 ISA season

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The so-called 2016 ISA season was declared as the ‘worst ever’ by many savers and investors, with rates seemingly at rock bottom and the stock market, at best, in a volatile state.

Your guide to the different types of ISA

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For beleaguered savers, arguably the last beacon of hope to be toppled was the Santander 123 account, which cut the interest offered on its flagship account from 3 per cent to 1.5 per cent (on balances up to £20,000) this past November.

Lending Works launches new ISA

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Lending Works is proud to announce that we have officially launched our new Individual Savings Account (ISA). 

How will transferring old ISA funds into a new IFISA work?

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One of the most commonly asked questions we are fielding at the moment is with regards to transferring funds from pre-existing Cash and/or Stocks & Shares ISAs into a new Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA).

Your updated guide to Innovative Finance ISAs

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The meteoric rise of peer-to-peer lending (P2P) in the UK has seen the industry double in size to £7 billion during 2016.

Innovative Finance ISA: The force to awaken P2P lending

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In the space of a year, peer-to-peer lending (P2P) has rocketed to a galaxy far, far away from where it once was.

The Innovative Finance ISA debt vs equity conundrum

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The announcement of the Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA) was a landmark day for the peer-to-peer lending industry, with it being confirmed at Summer Budget 2015 that consumers would be able to hold peer-to-peer loans within this new account and benefit from tax-free returns on the interest paid by borrowers.