As long as your total tax-free savings in 2019/20 are no more than £20,000, you can split them across a combination of cash ISA, investment ISA, or innovative finance ISA savings. However, they would have to be different types of accounts, meaning, for example, you can’t invest in two cash ISAs in the same tax year. So you can definitely have more than one ISA per year - they just have to be different types of ISAs

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