I don't get ISAs. Can someone tell me what they are, and why I need one?

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I had the same question when i moved to the UK! An ISA is an individual savings account, and the best part about them is that you can earn tax free interest - great for the end of financial year time. We have loads of information on them here - http://www.simplyfinance.co.uk/investments/isa.html and then you can look at our calculators to see what savings you could be making http://www.simplyfinance.co.uk/calculators/isa-future-value-calculator.html. | 04.14.11 @ 10:00
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