New to Stocks and Shares + ISA

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in ISAs & Tax-free Savings
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chickenlegzchickenlegz Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in ISAs & Tax-free Savings

Understand this is my first message so may not get an answer for not been active over the years as a member .

Many years ago after been "Bought" in a company buy out , I got offered a share save scheme , this is just about to come to fruition over next few months , one in November (5Y), and one in December (3Y).
Followed by more schemes in November for the next three years .

I have decided that despite the share price going up , I'd quite like to hold onto the shares for a bit , at least to get one dividend (curious as to how it all works) .
I'm unsure as to what to do next , i.e. how to hold onto them ?, do I just hold onto the certificate in a box under the bed , or would they be better in an ISA? .

We are not talking mega bucks here just under 3000 shares in a construction company .

anyway thanks for your time reading , and thanks in advance for any replies


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