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Stock and Shares ISA


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Hi Everyone,

I iopened and individual stock ISA last year on the IG platform, andused it to  by £20k of stocks.  With the  new tax year beginning next week, I want to start investing this year's allowance as well.  My question is, do I just do thuis by addi g to my existing ISA, or do I need a completely separate ISA for this tax year?  Sorry if this i a daft question 

 

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You will be able to add more funds to the existing ISA. However you will only be able to do this once the new ISA year begins (6th April I think) as you have already used all of your allocation for this (tax) year.

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