Share Dealing ISAs are one of the most flexible and tax-efficient ways to invest
Share Dealing ISAs are one of the most flexible and tax-efficient ways to invest in the UK and global stock markets. If your money is invested through an ISA you don’t have to pay tax on any income or capital gains you’ve made on your investments. However, the government sets an annual limit to the amount you can invest in an ISA, which changes every year. In this tax year the limit is £20,000.
If you have not already used up your ISA allowance, or invested in another Stocks and Shares ISA this tax year, you might want to consider opening a Share Dealing ISA with us. This is similar to opening a Share Dealing Account, except that you will not be taxed on any profit you may make on your investments - as long as the amount you invest is within the annual ISA allowance of £20,000.
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If you hold a Stocks and Shares ISA or Cash ISA with another ISA manager, you can transfer your ISA to us. Here’s how:
Open a Lloyds Bank Share Dealing ISA
We charge a dealing commission every time you buy or sell shares, whether on the phone or online.
We charge you £20 every six months to cover the cost of administering your Share Dealing ISA.
We’ll normally collect charges from any cash held in your account. If there's not enough money in your Lloyds Bank Share Dealing account, we'll collect this from your nominated bank account.
For full details of our rates and charges and more details on how our frequent trader discount works, visit our rates and charges page.
You can apply for a Share Dealing ISA if:
Already have a Lloyds Bank Share Dealing Account? It’s easy to open a Share Dealing ISA. All you need to do is log on to Online Share Dealing and click ‘Add an account' on the right-hand menu.
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