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Not sure if this is the right place but I think so.

I am wondering if it is possible with an ISA SmartPortfolio to withdraw from the market but leave the cash in the ISA wrapper so it may be re-invested at a subsequent date without losing the tax benefit.

If there is a more suitable forum for this please let me know. And if it is possible, how do you effect this on the interface?

Thanks

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Hi - I've just spoken to our trading services team and they've confirmed that a 'withdrawal' would actually just withdraw from the market the value you have specified. Once the ETF's have settled the cash remain ring fenced for you to either reinvest at a later date and/or to withdraw to an alternative ISA. Both of these processes should remain within the ISA wrapper. 

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On 08/10/2018 at 12:34, JamesIG said:

Hi - I've just spoken to our trading services team and they've confirmed that a 'withdrawal' would actually just withdraw from the market the value you have specified. Once the ETF's have settled the cash remain ring fenced for you to either reinvest at a later date and/or to withdraw to an alternative ISA. Both of these processes should remain within the ISA wrapper. 

Thanks, I got a bit curious and withdrew a small amount from the actual portfolio. It is now sitting in there as cash. My final question - how in the user interface do I set this cash to be invested back into the portfolio?

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