Thursday 25 March 2010 2.45pm
on ISA transfers. (NB - some of the best-rate ISAs don't accept transfers in. But you undoubtedly WILL find someone who accepts transfers in, and probably offers better rates than your current one. Also, you should check the terms of your current ISA to make sure there aren't any penalties for transferring).
Somewhere like: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/cash-isa-transfers
will give you a good idea of what's on offer.
If it's not a slur to assume you might be t'other side of 50 (I know you're young at heart), then you might find that there are specially good rates for the more mature customer.
Good luck. Personally, I think the trick is, unless you're happy with chopping and changing at regular intervals, to find a provider who offers a consistently decent rate over time, rather than offering a fantastic rate to get you signed on, and then reduces it down the line to next to nothing.
Hope that helps
...if you press it, they will come.