From October 6 new regulations came into effect relating to annual ISA allowances.
ISA allowances were increased for all customers who were born on or before 5th April 1960 (i.e. who will be aged 50 or over during the current tax year).
The overall allowance for these customers is now £10,200, of which up to £5,100 can be put in to a cash ISA.
Britannia offers a cash ISA with Tottenham Hotspur, which means that savers who will be aged 50 or over in the current tax year can now top up their accounts.
So, if you've got a Cash ISA and want to top-up £1,500, why not do it today and benefit from even more tax free savings?
How do I top up?
· Branch - Visit your local branch, remembering to bring your passbook! · By post - You can post a cheque payable to yourself as the Account Holder to: Britannia, FREEPOST (15796), Dept CO33, Leek, Staffordshire Moorlands, ST13 5RG. Please ensure you put your existing ISA account number on the back of the cheque.
If you've not opened an ISA in this tax year, now is an ideal time to do so. Fans wanting further information about Britannia's savings products in partnership with Tottenham Hotspur should visit any of Britannia's 245 branches or CLICK HERE.
About The Co-operative Financial Services
The Co-operative Financial Services (CFS) is part of The Co-operative Group, which is the world's largest consumer co-operative with around five million members, over £14 billion turnover, and core business interests in financial services, food, travel, pharmacy and funeral care. The Co-operative Group has over 4,500 retail trading outlets.
Following the merger with Britannia Building Society on 1 August 2009, the new organisation is one of the largest and well diversified mutual businesses operating in both retail and corporate markets.
As part of The Co-operative Group, the new business will be characterised by its unique ethical and member reward policies and very high levels of customer advocacy.
The combined business has £70 billion in assets, 12,000 staff and nine million customers. It has over 300 high street branches, 20 corporate banking centres and a major presence in Manchester, London, Leek, Bristol, Plymouth, Skelmersdale and Stockport. There are also 1,000 face-to-face financial advisers throughout the UK.
It is the only mutual organisation that enables its members to earn financial rewards for the products they hold, as well as giving them the opportunity to have a say in how the business is ran.