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On 20/05/2019 at 15:34, JamesIG said:

You should be able to see these in the statements section of MyIG, however this unfortunately won't be available until mid July.

Mid July is quite late.  Why does IG take so much longer than other brokers?

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Hey folks - just looked into this. CTC statements (which are specifically for UK share dealing accounts) were sent out on the 24th of July. I believe this would have resolved your query @Funchap as it was 2 days after your post. 

@GTRAIN - I can see you are an Australian resident. CTC wouldn't apply to you. I therefore assume you are referring to a regular tax statement? These aren't automatically generated, but I have spoken to someone in our trading services team who will be sending you one today. If this isn't what you were referring to, please reply to the email we send you outlining specifically what it is you are after.

All the best. 

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Guest William Mangan

Hi I need one of these aswell. Im an Irish customer

On 01/08/2019 at 13:10, JamesIG said:

Hey folks - just looked into this. CTC statements (which are specifically for UK share dealing accounts) were sent out on the 24th of July. I believe this would have resolved your query @Funchap as it was 2 days after your post. 

@GTRAIN - I can see you are an Australian resident. CTC wouldn't apply to you. I therefore assume you are referring to a regular tax statement? These aren't automatically generated, but I have spoken to someone in our trading services team who will be sending you one today. If this isn't what you were referring to, please reply to the email we send you outlining specifically what it is you are after.

All the best. 

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I am also an Australian resident. How do I get my regular Tax statement sent to me?

".....- I can see you are an Australian resident. CTC wouldn't apply to you. I therefore assume you are referring to a regular tax statement? These aren't automatically generated, but I have spoken to someone in our trading services team who will be sending you one today. If this isn't what you were referring to, please reply to the email we send you outlining specifically what it is you are after...."

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