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Hello,

If I have both an active Share Dealing Account, and an ISA, will I pay two lots of quarterly fees (£24 x 2)?

Or will I only be charged the single £24 Fee for both accounts?

Many thanks,

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On 05/03/2021 at 13:37, JSR said:

Hello,

If I have both an active Share Dealing Account, and an ISA, will I pay two lots of quarterly fees (£24 x 2)?

Or will I only be charged the single £24 Fee for both accounts?

Many thanks,

Hey, 

The £24 fee is applied for your accounts. If you have an ISA and share dealing you will only be charged £24. 

Any commission you pay on either the ISA or Share dealing account will be deducted from the £24 each quarter. (Three trades will also stop you being charged this fee is made before the end of the quarter). 

All the best 

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