I have an ISA with company A, and company B, because they offered good rates at the times I opened the ISAs.

I know it's possible to transfer an ISA, but can you transfer ISAs from multiple different places into a 3rd place? I ask because if company C offers a better rate and allows transfers, it would make sense to move all my ISAs into it.

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    One caveat is that the receiving ISA would have to accept transfers at all - not all do. Apr 29, 2010 at 14:08

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You certainly can.

From moneysavingexpert.com:

Q. Can I transfer more than one old ISA into a new one? A. Consolidating all your old ISAs into one is allowed, and often a good way of upping the rate on your whole wodge of ISA cash - this is because providers regularly slice rates on the money you saved in previous years.

To do this you just tell the new provider that you want to transfer in from multiple old ISAs. The main thing to watch here is that it doesn't push your combined savings with one financial institution over £75,000, as then you'd no longer be within the UK's savings safety limit (read Are your savings safe?).


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