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ISA or without ISA


kkk2008

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Hello, 

I have recently opened Share-dealing account.  I still do not understand the cons if I open ISA account. I will invest couple of thousand pounds to shares and ETF deals. 

1. Is in ISA are available all instruments like Share-dealing account plus ETFs ?

2. Is ISA recognized like a second different account, that is mean another Custody Fee?

3. ISA pros - not need to think about tax issues,  witch is great. 

     What is the reason then not have an ISA?!? 

Thank you in advance. 

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