Correct you have to for tax reasons. However some brokers will guarantee the price to make it a riskless trade, but they typically charge like 80-100 to do so. Alternatively and what I do is fund my ISA and buy the shares and sell normal account at same time so I only pay dealer fees, but you have to have the cash spare to do this.
any of my few million solo shares in ISA. im very much of a novice when it comes to this. can someone give me advice. Have i got to sell them and buy them back and ISA them ? is that a simple procedure?
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