Kyle Caldwell is joined by Craig Rickman in this week’s 'On the Money' podcast to discuss the new British ISA. Now the policy has moved from rumour to reality, Kyle and Craig look at which types of investments might be eligible and how many savers could benefit. 
The British ISA, a key announcement from Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget, is an extra £5,000 yearly allowance to invest in British companies. Following the budget, Craig Rickman, interactive investor’s personal finance editor dissects the main talking points from the budget and how this new allowance could support a ‘culture of investing’ in the UK.

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