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How to check if a stock/ETF is eligible for an ISA?


MoUsm786

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Hi

i recently joined IG and had a question regarding ISAs.

I currently have a general trading account with IG, not yet opened an ISA. When i'm viewing a stock on 'my workspace', is there a way of determining whether it is available to be held in an ISA? For example, on the platform i currently use for my ISA, some stocks which cannot be held in an ISA are labelled as 'non-isa' and there's a notification that the stock is not eligible for an  ISA.

 

Is there any such feature on IG?

 

Thanks 

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On 25/07/2021 at 06:12, MoUsm786 said:

Hi

i recently joined IG and had a question regarding ISAs.

I currently have a general trading account with IG, not yet opened an ISA. When i'm viewing a stock on 'my workspace', is there a way of determining whether it is available to be held in an ISA? For example, on the platform i currently use for my ISA, some stocks which cannot be held in an ISA are labelled as 'non-isa' and there's a notification that the stock is not eligible for an  ISA.

 

Is there any such feature on IG?

 

Thanks 

Hi @MoUsm786,
Unfortunately we do not offer this feature. I will forward your suggestion to the relevant department to be reviewed.

Thank you - Arvin

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