Halifax Stocks and Shares ISA

Updated: 26th July, 2019.

Great for: Tax-free investing in funds and shares
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HALIFAX

Halifax’s platform typically gets high marks from customers, and that makes its stocks and shares ISA offering one to consider. The share dealing fees are a tad higher than competitors, so frequent traders may want to take notice, but long-term share investors and fund-focused investors can benefit from lower platform fees.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Invest up to £20,000 in a tax free account
  • No custody charges for fund holdings

DISCLAIMER

The value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may not get back all the money you put in. All investments carry a varying degree of risk and it’s important you understand the nature of these risks. Remember that taxes can be complicated and the tax benefits of this product depends on your personal circumstances. Tax rules are subject to change.

*Account fees based on assumed account holdings for comparability. Your individual charges may differ.

what we like

  • Invest up to £20,000 in a tax free account
  • No custody charges for fund holdings
  • PLATFORM FEE:

    £1.04*
  • Share dealing charge:

    £12.50

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Invest up to £20,000 in a tax free account
  • No custody charges for fund holdings

DISCLAIMER

The value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may not get back all the money you put in. All investments carry a varying degree of risk and it’s important you understand the nature of these risks. Remember that taxes can be complicated and the tax benefits of this, or any, product depends on your personal circumstances. Tax rules are subject to change.

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