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Oldsie

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  1. Hey - So the only difference as far as I can see is the fact that you have to pay tax on profits in the regular share dealing account. In the ISA share account you can put up to 20k GBP in there per year and any profits you earn are tax free. This is part of a government allowance. This means that you should use the ISA acct before the share dealing in order to maximise your benefit.
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