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NATWEST SELF-SELECT ISA
NatWest Self-Select ISA (Investment ISA)
        
The Natwest BrokerLine Self-Select ISA is a Stocks and Shares ISA where you’re in control. You choose what to buy and sell and any investment growth within the ISA is protected from Capital Gains Tax.
Location: UK
Advantages:
1. Invest up to £10,680 in a BrokerLine Self-Select ISA during the current tax year (2011/2012)
2. Trade online for £15 for UK trades and £20 for international trades
3. View your trading history and the value of your shares online
4. Check share prices online or by phone
5. Arrange to buy or sell shares automatically when a nominated price is reached
6. Enjoy low administration fees
Disadvantages:
1. The value of investments, and the income from them, can fall as well as rise, and you may not get back the full amount you invest. Any tax treatment and/or reliefs referred to are those applying under current legislation, which may change, and their availability will depend on your individual circumstances. The favourable tax treatment of ISAs may not be maintained.
Services:
You choose how to fund – by lump sum, monthly or a combination of the two. You can even transfer existing ISAs or even put shares you already own into your ISA via a process known as BED & ISA. Please note, your current provider may charge you a fee to transfer your ISA.

AER Rate: N/A
Interest Paid: Every 3 months
Notice Period: Anytime
Min Deposit: £100
Max Deposit: £10,680
Initial Fee: £0.00
Exit Fee: £50 + VAT
Annual Management Fee: £0 (31 May 2011 )

Products:
The Plan Manager of the Direct Trader Self-Select ISA and Monthly Portfolio Builder ISA is T.D. Waterhouse Investor Services (Europe) Limited.
Suitable For:
If you would like to choose what shares or funds to hold in your ISA and when to buy and sell
Conditions:
Commission rates – trade online for £15 for UK trades and £20 for international trades
Restrictions:
You must not be a US national
Introductory Offer:
Pay No ISA Administration fee – open your Self-Select ISA before 31 May 2011 and pay no annual ISA Administration fee until June 2012.
Terms and Conditions:
You must be a private individual aged 18 or over and a UK resident
        
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NatWest Self-Select ISA (Investment ISA) (Which Way To Pay - 7/7/2011)
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