I have subscribed more than £4,000 into ISAs this tax year. Can I move some of this across to the Lifetime ISA?

You can’t partially transfer ISA subscriptions you've made during the current tax year in one type of ISA. So if you've subscribed more than £4,000 in a Stock and shares or cash ISA, you won't be able to move £4,000 of this to a Lifetime ISA.

That means if you want to transfer a Stocks and shares or cash ISA to a Lifetime ISA, you need to make sure you don’t subscribe more than £4,000 just yet. However, if you’ve subscribed £4,000 or less this tax year to your Stocks and shares ISA, you’re free to transfer this to a Lifetime ISA.

You can currently transfer Help to Buy ISAs to a AJ Bell Youinvest Lifetime ISA. Transfers of cash and stocks and shares ISAs will be available later in the year.

For example, if you have subscribed £5,000 into your Stocks and shares ISA, you wouldn’t be able to transfer it across to a Lifetime ISA. However if you have subscribed £4,000 or less this tax year to your Stocks and shares ISA, you could transfer this to a Lifetime ISA.