Recommendation for Equity ISA


J

James Harris

I've read the moneysavingexpert guide to ISAs at

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/ISA-guide-savings-without-tax

and other guides but I'm still confused. Maybe folks here can help.
I'm looking for an Equity ISA which I can pay into monthly by standing
order throughout the year. Ideally it would have an annual charge of
1% or less. An automatic FTSE tracker is fine.

Can you recommend such an ISA? I'd rather avoid Nationwide/L&G as I
already have money with them.

If someone finds a good ISA deal is he or she likely to keep it
secret? Maybe there are reasons to keep such secret. I can't think of
any overriding reasons but you never know....

James
 
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Toom Tabard

I've read the moneysavingexpert guide to ISAs at

 http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/ISA-guide-savings-without-tax

and other guides but I'm still confused. Maybe folks here can help.
I'm looking for an Equity ISA which I can pay into monthly by standing
order throughout the year. Ideally it would have an annual charge of
1% or less. An automatic FTSE tracker is fine.

Can you recommend such an ISA? I'd rather avoid Nationwide/L&G as I
already have money with them.

If someone finds a good ISA deal is he or she likely to keep it
secret? Maybe there are reasons to keep such secret. I can't think of
any overriding reasons but you never know....

James
Well, that site you quote also lists discount brokers, including
Hargreaves Lansdown. Have a look at their funds and charges -
frequently you'll get discounts on the initial and annual charges from
them, and they seem to offer monthly investment plans.

http://www.h-l.co.uk

Toom
 

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