Pension Drawdown

Can I withdraw money from my ISA?

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Yes, you can withdraw money from your ISA (Individual Savings Account) at any time, but there may be penalties or restrictions depending on the type of ISA you have.

For cash ISAs, you can usually make withdrawals without penalty, but you may need to give notice to the provider or face an interest penalty if you withdraw funds before the end of a fixed term. With the Help to Buy ISA, you can also withdraw funds at any time, but you won’t receive the government bonus on any funds you withdraw. For Lifetime ISAs, if you withdraw funds for any reason other than purchasing a first home or upon reaching age 60, you may be subject to a withdrawal penalty.

For stocks and shares ISAs, you may be subject to early withdrawal penalties, especially if you withdraw funds within a certain timeframe after making the investment. Additionally, the value of your investments may have decreased, meaning you may not get back the full amount you invested.

It’s also worth noting that there are limits on how much you can contribute to an ISA each tax year, so if you withdraw funds from your ISA, you may not be able to replace them immediately without exceeding the annual contribution limit.

Overall, it’s important to check the terms and conditions of your specific ISA and speak with your provider if you are unsure about any withdrawal restrictions or penalties.

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