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Stocks and Shares ISA

Make your savings work harder for you.  

  • Invest up to £20,000 this year and pay no Income or Capital Gains Tax on returns.
  • Potential for higher returns than a Cash ISA over the long term.
  • We offer flexible ISAs, so you can replace any cash withdrawals during the same tax year without counting towards your annual ISA allowance.
  • Straightforward to setup, transfer in existing ISAs and withdraw your money at any time.
  • Speak directly with your investment manager – not a separate relationship manager.  

Contact us today to find out more about our Stocks and Shares ISA.   

020 7149 6437

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Stocks and Shares ISA

What is an ISA?

A tax-free fund for life

You can withdraw income or capital at any time without liability for Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax or other penalties.

We offer ‘flexible’ ISAs

Income or capital withdrawn can be repaid into the same ISA within the same tax year, without counting towards your annual subscription limit.

Invest up to £20,000

In the 2017/18 tax year, any UK resident aged 18 or over can invest up to £20,000 in a Stocks and Shares ISA.

Accessible wherever, whenever

With our online client portal, you can enjoy 24/7 access to view your investments, pay funds into your account and message us in a secure environment.

Charles Stanley

Heritage and independence.

When you invest with Charles Stanley, you can feel confident that your investments are backed by more than 200 years’ proven experience. We are independently owned so our interests lie with you, not others. And with over 20 offices across the UK, you can take advantage of a local presence, wherever you might be based.

Charles Stanley Direct

Manage your ISA online

Set up a Stocks and Shares Flexible ISA in just minutes from as little as £50 a month or a £500 lump sum. Visit the website for more information. You should consider seeking advice on the suitability of subscribing to an ISA, as this will depend on your individual circumstances. Current legislation suggests that an ISA may be less suitable for you if you are a nil or low-rate tax payer. Investors should be aware that the price of shares and other investments, and the income derived from them, may fall as well as rise and the amount realised from an ISA may be less than the original sum invested.

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