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Be up to £43k better off when you bring both your ISA and Trading Account to ii.
Research shows you could be better off by up to £43k over 30 years of investing in an ii ISA and Trading Account due to our low, flat fees. This is just for illustration if all other factors were the same.
The advantage of lower fees over time means that you could be significantly better off in the long run. And by holding multiple accounts with ii for the same low fee, you can save even more. By how much will always depend on your personal circumstances. More about our analysis
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