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Ah I see. To be clear you are not using your annual £11,100 CGT allowance when you buy your shares even if you buy them over many years. It can only be used in the tax year that you sell them. Then you have the interesting problem of what to do with the sale proceeds to avoid running foul of the 30...

Hargreaves Lansdown and Charles Stanley don't charge for ISAs and I'm pretty sure neither of them charge for cash on account. Of course they are more than adequately compensated by the percentage fee but they don't make an explicit charge That said, interest rates on cash would be on a pretty low ru...

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“ It will be possible to open an account with £100 and add to it up to £3k during the 3-year term. So to hedge against changing interest rates deposit the minimum and only top up when the rate looks attractive? Early access will be possible with a penalty. <a href="/showthread.php?p=7222559...

Or break some windows Then someone will have to give an order to a glazier, that's an order he wouldn't have had before. He orders some glass, another new order. With his extra profit his son can buy more sweets, his wife can get a new scarf and he can order a few more pints down the Dog and Duck. T...

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