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I have some shares in Iweb and it does ok for simple cheap trading. HL is another I have used good website and customer services but expensive.
I also use iii its a bit inbetween both, it costs £80 a year but I get x2 "free" trades a quarter which normally cost a tenner. They also have a monthly top up facility where you can buy shares for £1.50 if that is what you want to try.
Good luck with your investigations
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Generally you have to pay something one way or another and you would need to check which one suits your needs. My example used Iweb, I think its part of Halifax brand.
It costs a fiver to buy a share (plus stamp duty but you have to pay that anywhere) To open an account also costs £25 but there are no more fees. Others charge a percentage of your holdings. Iweb used to charge £250 to open an account which seemed steep so I'm glad its been reduced again.
danieth, as they have already announced the reduction in the tax free allowance once, I cant see that being reversed and increased next time. I suspect its just a temporary situation and the allowance will be cut again at the next opportunity as the extra taxes have to come from somewhere. Better little bits from everywhere than big lumps from limited places.
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