Showing 19 IFISAs, sorted by lowest interest rate first, then by PLUS Rating and finally by Risk Score.Get more detailson 1-5 selected results
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"Is that the best IFISA?" Comparing IFISAs the candid way
IFISAs are tax-free lending accounts. This IFISA comparison table shows peer-to-peer lending IFISAs. IFISA providers that are P2P add an extra layer of safety. By offering direct lending between you and the end borrowers, they further reduce your chances of losses due to a failure of the IFISA provider in the middle.
The above table contains the best IFISA providers available. Not only that, it contains all IFISA providers that have run the gauntlet of our intensive investigative process, where we collect over 100 data points, interview key people and conduct independent research. We provide our candid opinions on any IFISA provider that is transparent enough for us to make a solid assessment of the risk and rewards.
Each IFISA has one of our unique ratings, when the IFISA provider has enough history. The 4thWay PLUS Ratings are based on the Basel stress tests, telling ups how they might perform in a severe recession and property crash. Only the best IFISAs can earn the top, 3/3 rating, but do look for the hidden gems lower in the table that might not yet have quite enough history to have earned a 4thWay PLUS Rating.
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All P2P IFISA providers are eligible be listed here if 4thWay and lenders are provided enough information to assess them properly.
For a list of the P2P IFISA providers that aren’t listed above, and the reasons why they are missing, read this FAQ: Why don’t you list LendInvest, Wellesley & Co., and some others?
Showing the current interest you’re expected to receive after deducting:
- The P2P lending company’s fees.
- The bad debt that the P2P lending company expects you to incur.
The rate makes no deductions for taxes or for money that is not currently being lent.
Why are some rates shown different to the P2P lending company’s own website?
We convert interest rates to the same calculation so that the comparison is fair. Read more here.
A score of the estimated risk of losses from bad debts in a severe recession/property crash before adding interest earned
A lower score is better. Click on a Risk Score in 4thWay’s comparison table to get more information about how that particular score was awarded or learn more about the 4thWay® Risk Scores.
4thWay® Risk Scores assume you spread your money across lots of loans, using multiple peer-to-peer lending platforms to do so if necessary. They are impartial and conservative, and they are indicators, not guarantees or promises. For use with supplementary research.
Showing a brief description of the P2P lending company.