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ISA's who's the best? 27 Oct 2013 23:30 #1

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I'm with WaveRider, and think Iweb is cool (for trades and ISA trading accounts)...

That said, I do have to ask, is it even worth it any more? I'm having doubts especially since there are so many more ways to try and build a nest egg, and ISAs need a serious overhaul.

Anyway, good luck regardless! B)

Hi Libero, the Tax-Free bit is the attraction for me but, if you know other ways to make a tax-free income I'd love to know about it ;)

Big thanks to all who replied. I will take a look at iWeb in the morning :)
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ISA's who's the best? 27 Oct 2013 21:56 #2

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Diver apologies for the delay: here is the answers..

Stop loss- yes iWeb do that for open trades only (not when you open a trade)
Charges- 5 £ flat fees
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ISA's who's the best? 27 Oct 2013 14:40 #3

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iWeb is cool I think. Fairly easy trade plan execution and flat fees. I was with the share centre for a long time and a lot of it went on admin and all kind of fees- that's on top of the trading costs. So the moment I heard about iWeb- I didn't think twice.

It's all about what you want and how you want it.
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ISA's who's the best? 27 Oct 2013 11:31 #4

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I'm with WaveRider, and think Iweb is cool (for trades and ISA trading accounts)...

That said, I do have to ask, is it even worth it any more? I'm having doubts especially since there are so many more ways to try and build a nest egg, and ISAs need a serious overhaul.

Anyway, good luck regardless! B)
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ISA's who's the best? 27 Oct 2013 08:52 #5

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Oops - I wrote a reply and then apparently clicked thank you!! So, I lost my message - but you got a thank you!! Haha!

Here goes - lets' see if I can write, and send, a reply more successfully this time (it's obviously too early to be doing this!)

I set sell orders as stop losses on my trades.

Costs depend upon the number of trades you do in a month (combined with all accounts you have with HL) so, less than 9 a month each trade incurs a charge of £11.95, between 10 & 19 the charge is £8.95 and over 20 the charge reduces to £5.95.

I hope that helps - here's their page on charges - I'm not on a commission!! Please shout if you have any other questions I might be able to answer.

Have a lovely Sunday.

Anne

www.hl.co.uk/shares/share-dealing/dealing-charges
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ISA's who's the best? 27 Oct 2013 08:27 #6

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Many thanks Annes Goal, Waverider and Remo. Do your providers allow stop-losses and what's the transaction costs please?
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ISA's who's the best? 26 Oct 2013 12:49 #7

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I've had my ISA with Hargreaves Lansdown for that last 4 years - all absolutely fine, easy to trade in it and the charges are modest.

If you have a specific question I'd gladly answer it (if I can!) if that would help?

Happy Saturday!!

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ISA's who's the best? 26 Oct 2013 10:03 #8

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I use IWEB - they are cheap and is part of Halifax...
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ISA's who's the best? 26 Oct 2013 08:00 #9

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Cheers Remo. I've also been recommended 'Best Invest', anyone heard of them?
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ISA's who's the best? 26 Oct 2013 00:03 #10

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Hargreaves Lansdown are pretty good I hear. :cheer:
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ISA's who's the best? 25 Oct 2013 16:13 #11

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Any of you guys hold strong opinions on who's the best company to handle your ISA??

All help gratefully received :)
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