Subscription limits from 1987

Maximum Possible Subscriptions to PEPs & ISAs

YearPEPSCPISA
 AUT(1)AUT(2)TOTAL  Subscription years
1987£420£600£2,400  Calendar Years
1988£540£750£3,000  
1989£540£750£3,000  
1989/90£2,400£2,400£4,800  Tax Years
1990/91£3,000£3,000£6,000  
1991/92£3,000£3,000£6,000£3,000 
1992/93£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1993/94£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1994/95£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1995/96£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1996/97£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1997/98£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1998/99£6,000£6,000£6,000£3,000 
1999/00    £7,000
2000/01    £7,000
2001/02    £7,000
2002/03    £7,000
2003/04    £7,000
2004/05    £7,000
2005/06    £7,000
2006/07    £7,000
2007/08    £7,000
2008/09    £7,200
2009/10    £7,200£10,200 ( if born before 6/4/60 )
2010/11    £10,200 
2011/12    £10,680 
2012/13    £11,280 
2013/14    £11,520 
2014/15    £15,000 
2015/16    £15,240 
2016/17    £15,240 
2017/18    £20,000 
2018/19    £20,000 
2019/20    £20,000 
 £51,900£52,500£67,200£24,000£226,560£229,560

2014/15 subscription limit raised mid-year (from 1 July 2014)                                                                                                                                            

Equity PEP (incl SCP) + ISA =                                                                                               £317,760                           £320,760

AUT only (PEP & ISA) =                                                                                              £278,460       £281,460

AUT(1) =                    Maximum subscription to unit trusts if no other subscription made                                                                                   

AUT(2) =                    Maximum subscription to unit trusts if full subscription made                                                                                                      

                                  (balance had to be invested directly in UK shares)                                                                                     

Information provided by TISA