Twenty years of Isas

How the tax-friendly savings vehicle transformed the UK’s investment landscape

© Dan Mitchell

Popular tax-free savings accounts have produced handsome returns for investors

Be wary of US equities — but China and the UK offer more potential

Tax advantages of investing in a stocks and shares Isa are worth singing about

Patisserie Valerie scandal and fears over future of business property relief weigh on returns

Competition intensifies between banks and building societies and challenger banks

Aim to make progress, not for perfection

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