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Make sure your Virgin Money Cash ISA is open and able to receive deposits (some of our Cash ISAs only allow transfers for a limited time after opening).
Transfer from an existing Virgin Money account, subject to the terms and conditions of that account.
If you know the type of account you have, you can view existing account information and download your Key product information. You can split that across one Cash ISA, one Stocks & Shares ISA, one Innovative Finance ISA and one Lifetime ISA.
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For example, you can invest:£10,000 in to a Cash ISA and £10,000 in to a Stocks and Shares ISA; or£16,000 in to a Cash ISA and £4,000 in to a Lifetime ISA; or£5,000 into a Cash ISA, £13,000 in to a Stocks & Shares ISA and £2,000 in to a Lifetime ISAIn any tax year you can only subscribe to one Cash ISA, one Stocks & Shares ISA, one Innovative ISA plus one Lifetime ISA (maximum £4,000) up to the combined annual subscription limit.
At Virgin Money we offer a range of Cash ISAs and Stocks and Shares ISAs for you to choose from, however we don’t currently offer Innovative Finance ISAs or Lifetime ISAs.
If your looking to transfer your exising ISA to a Cash ISA with us, please complete the four steps on our ISA Transfer Page.
View our range of Cash ISAs Unless your Key product information sheet states otherwise, you can add to your account in the following ways: Once we provide you with your account number you can arrange an electronic transfer (BACS, CHAPS, FPS or Standing Order) from your bank or building society account.