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Hello,

I created an Isa account and made a deposit. The majority of instruments I attempt to buy it says that it is not available to trade on the tax wrapper on my account? I'm just looking at fairly standard etf's such as IVV and IVW?

Many thanks

Kevin

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Unfortunately these assets are not ISA eligible. 

You can find ISA eligible ETFs here  https://etfscreener.ig.com/

If you don't want to use the above link, make sure each ETF is 'UCITS' eligible. 

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