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    On reflection with the imminent interest rates rise I will probably pay off the £40K I was going to re-invest to paying off my mortgage instead - this will give me a mortgage of just £15K, which a couple of months gigging should pay off

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    After you have maxed out on ISAs, simply put your money in a range of low cost index funds.
    Around 20% in higher risk funds.

    Edit: I would pay off the mortgage first though, if you have one, odds are interest rates might rise.
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    Coventry BS have offered good cash ISA deals over the past couple of years. Their online banking though is something out of the 80s, analogically speaking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    After you have maxed out on ISAs, simply put your money in a range of low cost index funds.
    Around 20% in higher risk funds.

    Edit: I would pay off the mortgage first though, if you have one, odds are interest rates might rise.
    Cash ISA's are a joke. If length of time before you need the money >5 years, go low cost global index funds for ALL your ISA funds. Yes, they will go up and down but I am averaging 11%/year, I don't care if I never pay off my 2.5% mortgage....

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