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THE CO-OPERATIVE STOCKS AND SHARES ISA REVIEW
The Co-operative Stocks and shares ISA - ISA
(Which Way To Pay - 17/3/2010)
The Co-operative Stocks and shares ISA offers customers a handy and tax-efficient method of investing in unit trusts.  The investment process is made simple: you can either invest a lump sum of 1,000 or monthly payments of 50 up to your annual maximum of 7,200.
 
If you apply online before December 31st 2010, you will receive a special introductory offer of a 3.5% discount on lump sum applications.
 
The AER rate is dependent on the fund and the annual management fee ranges between 1% and 5% - check what you are likely to be charged when you apply.  You can invest in a range of trusts.
The Co-operative Stocks and shares ISA is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating        
            
REVIEW RATINGS EXPLAINED
1 Star: 1 Star RatingPoor
In relation to other products, has performed badly and has little or no worthwhile benefits.
2 Stars: 2 Star RatingBelow Average
Has some features of value, but in comparison to others performs below standard.
3 Stars: 3 Star RatingAverage
A fair product with regards to its competitors - has no outstanding features or benefits.
4 Stars: 4 Star RatingGood
In comparison to other products performs above standard, has beneficial features.
5 Stars: 5 Star RatingExcellent
Performs well above standard in comparison, has exceptional features and benefits.

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