Charges for stocks and shares ISA

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I have a shares ISA where they've just introduced an annual fee of £45 to existing policies, already applies to people who open new accounts. Is this fairly standard, ie so there's no reason to look to move to another provider for this charge alone?

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Pete

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  • bigadaj
    bigadaj Posts: 11,531 Forumite
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    Which provider is it?

    There's a wide range of charging options, from percentage to annual fee with dealing costs. Your best option depends on the amount invested, what form it is in as well as how you value website quality, research and customer service.

    The first part can be assessed by using the monevator website, comoarefundplatforms and other web tools. The second part is more personal, check out online reviews and look at a few websites to see what is best for you.
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