im doing the same £11888 i thiink you can this year and then the balance up to £15000 in July. Is it better to keep some out of an isa and leave in a standard trading account or is it best putting as much as you can in. I have heard a few people mention 50/50. Sorry new to this isa stuff if it sounds like a stupid question. sick of chasing losses now. get into profit for about 2 weeks of a year and then the rest down. I isa'ed the full amount current year of pmg at £2.88. idiot
I'm with Barclays and have a number of share accounts - essentially Barclays hold the shares in their name and I (and other customers) are just nominees. This is the reason you will see Barclays as a significant shareholder in many companies - it is the nominee accounts. You can still vote and attend the AGM but you need to advise Barclays in advance - it has worked well for me and not having certificates doesn't create a problem - everything can be managed online in of course sale and purchase......
Good advice from Mike. You have to be authorised to give financial advise, I am not, so this is general and may not apply to you. It is unusual now to hold shares in certificate form. When you phone Barclays ask them to sort out the old certificates and open a share dealing account and hold your shares in a nominee account. When this is done you can consider putting them into an ISA. This is what is known as a bed & ISA. In general after you have some rainy day money an ISA should be your next place to put any funds. Sounds complicated but it is really is not. Once it is done you can check your ISA as quickly as your online banking.
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