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An i-stock account is FREE so every pound deposited can be invested in one of our available investment funds. We are delivering a platform quality service without the platform fees.
Every investment fund does include a portfolio charge, but this is generally deducted at source. This means an i-stock account will always display the net value, all of which belongs to the client.
Not only that, but if the Government’s ISA allowance was to increase over time, the difference shown here would simply increase.
i-stock always sends a client quarterly statements and will provide full access to their account, meaning easy accessibility and visibility.
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