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I've a Cash ISA with about £80k in it, so I'm considering moving £50k into a Stocks & Shares ISA. I'm 73, retired, married, a house-owner and would like to utilise my savings better. What would you recommend?

Barry | Berkshire | 18/04/2019 | 0

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Cash
  • Online Investment Platforms
Helena Wardle's Response

I am a beginner investor and would like to invest in a "socially responsible" Stocks & Shares ISA. I have looked into the Nutmeg and Wealthify funds. Is there information about any other such providers on your website? And do you have any advice about how to compare the "socially responsible" criteria on the different funds?

Joy | Glamorgan | 16/04/2019 | 1

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Robo Adviser
Phoebe Smith's Response

I have a young boy who will be turning 4 this month. He is British. I want to save some money for this innocent boy, for when he comes of age, but I live in Uganda and I am not in touch with his mum. Can I open a Junior ISA for him?

Dennis | Uganda | 11/04/2019 | 0

  • Junior ISA
Zoë Dagless's Response

I am 52 with money languishing in a low savings account. Now I'm neurotic about entering into Stocks and Shares, due to seeing how many investors have exited the stock market thanks to Brexit, and with companies going bust etc. But I need to make my money work for me as my pension pot is low. Can I put the money into an Instant Access ISA and drip feed this into a Stocks and Shares ISA?

Helen | London | 09/04/2019 | 1

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Cash
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