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Meaning of “ISA” in the English Dictionary

"ISA" in British English

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ISAnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈaɪ.sə/
abbreviation for Individual Savings Account: a ​type of investmentaccount in the UK in which the ​tax on ​income is ​lower than ​usual, and there is no ​tax on ​profits made from an ​increase in the ​value of shares
(Definition of ISA from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"ISA" in Business English

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ISAnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈaɪsə/
BANKING UK abbreviation for individualsavingsaccount: an ​investmentaccount in which the ​investor does not have to ​paytax on ​income or on the ​increase in ​value of ​shares: in/into an ISA They put £50 a month into an ISA. ISA entitlement/limit/allowance Raising the ​maximum ISA ​limits from £7200 to £10200 will encourage ​investment and ​saving.
(Definition of ISA from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ISA”
in Chinese (Simplified) 个人储蓄账户(英国的一种投资账户)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 個人儲蓄帳戶(英國的一種投資帳戶)…
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