This short guide to Isas is one of the most jargon-lite and entertaining introductions to investing out there, plus it comes with cat pictures.
We don’t normally flag up guides produced by other people – it’s our job to write this stuff, after all – but we decided to make an exception in this case.
The lang cat’s short, impartial guide to Isas must be the most jargon-lite and entertaining introduction to investing out there, so it’s a great starting point for anyone new to using their Isa allowance, or indeed new to the stockmarket generally. Cat lovers in particular may be seduced by the pictures.
The lang cat is an independent financial services consultancy – we use their data as the basis of our annual platform cost comparison features – and so it’s no surprise that the guide focuses on the different types of Isa provider, the platforms doing a particularly good job within their group, and how to find the one that’ll work best for you.
Even if you’re all set up and sorted out already, it’s worth a read just for confirmation that you’ve made a good choice. And if you’re not, it should help you to get your bearings on the Isa highway.