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    • copthis1
    • By copthis1 15th Jul 17, 3:25 PM
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    Advice on moving cash ISA money
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    Advice on moving cash ISA money 15th Jul 17 at 3:25 PM
    I am going to open a Hargreaves Lansdowne stocks and shares ISA and invest around £5000 - £10000 in CF Woodfords Equity Income ACC fund. At the same time I will setup a monthly payment of £150 into the same fund. I intend to leave it for 5-10 years. (Any opinions?)

    The £5000 is currently sitting in a Virgin cash ISA. How do I get it from Virgin to Hargreaves?

    I'm new to this so hope it's not a dopey question.
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    ..The £5000 is currently sitting in a Virgin cash ISA. How do I get it from Virgin to Hargreaves?
    Originally posted by copthis1
    Open a H&L ISA. Contact H&L and request a transfer.

    See here
    http://www.hl.co.uk/investment-services/isa/transfer-your-cash-isa-to-a-stocks-and-shares-isa

    You download a transfer form and send it to them.
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