Latest: Invest in your future with the Police Mutual ISA
Saving money doesn’t come easily to everyone, but it’s a good habit to get into. And perhaps the best way to start is to save little and often.

Published on 29 Oct 2020

Your user guide to Stocks and Shares ISAs like the Police Mutual ISA
ISA stands for Individual Savings Account. It’s a tax-efficient way to save, meaning it doesn’t incur any UK Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax. Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.

Published on 29 Oct 2020

Pension Scams - What to look out for

There has been a rapid increase in different forms of financial scams over recent years. As people contribute to their pensions over many years, they will often have built up a considerable amount of money. Therefore, pensions are often targeted by scammers.: 0300 123 2040

Published on 01 Oct 2020

How to take control of your money and stop your debts getting out of hand
Do you worry about money? If so, you’re not alone. A 2019 survey* revealed 51% of Police Officers worry about their finances every day.

Published on 30 Jul 2020

9 reasons why you should consider a Regular Savings Plan

A Regular Savings Plan is a simple way for you to save money each month. It’s easy to set up and makes putting a little aside each month easy too. If you’ve been thinking now’s a good time to start saving, here are 9 reasons why you should consider opening a Regular Savings Plan.

Published on 25 Jun 2020

Make the most of your NEW tax-free ISA allowance
The new tax year begins on 6 April, with a new £20,000 tax-free allowance.

Published on 06 Apr 2020

Beginner's guide to investing 2020
Whatever your savings goals may be, it’s important that your money works as hard as possible for you.

Published on 06 Apr 2020

5 golden rules when choosing an investment
Are you looking to invest? Check out these important things to consider.

Published on 06 Apr 2020

Make the most of your £20,000 ISA allowance - OISA
You may already be aware that the tax-free ISA allowance for 2019/20 is £20,000. Did you know that if you don’t use this allowance by 5 April 2020 then you lose it forever?

Published on 27 Feb 2020

Make the most of your £20,000 ISA allowance - GISA
You may already be aware that the tax-free ISA allowance for 2019/20 is £20,000. Did you know that if you don’t use this allowance by 5 April 2020 then you lose it forever?

Published on 14 Aug 2019

Make the most of your £20,000 ISA allowance - OISA
You may already be aware that the tax-free ISA allowance for 2019/20 is £20,000. Did you know that if you don’t use this allowance by 5 April 2020 then you lose it forever?

Published on 14 Aug 2019

Saving with an ISA
The two most common types are "Cash ISAs" and "Stocks & Shares ISAs", and each year you get a new ISA allowance that caps the amount you can save without paying tax on the interest. The good news is that the ISA limit for the new tax year starting 6 April 2019 is £20,000.

Published on 05 Apr 2019


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