If you are aged under 40 and want to save you are in luck! From 6 April 2017, you will be able to open a LISA and contribute up to £4,000 in each tax year. Your LISA account will then receive a 25% bonus on these
contributions at the end of the tax year courtesy of the Government.
Our latest guide provides a plain-English introduction to LISAs.
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