Stocks and Shares ISA

Half price offer – now extended

Half price account opening until 10th August, no annual costs and just £5 commission per UK or fund trade.

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Open your IWeb account for only £50

Until 10th August open an IWeb account for only a one off fee of £50 instead of the usual £100. After that you pay no annual charges or platform fees on your account.

You can open both an ISA and a Share Dealing Account for just the one £50 charge.

Why open an ISA?

When you invest in a Stocks and Shares ISA not only are you investing for your future but you’re also protecting your money from UK Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Dividends Tax.

What does this mean for me?

You’ll end up with more money in your pocket if your investment goes up in value or you plan to take an income from any dividends.

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Benefits of choosing IWeb

Simple, low-cost online share dealing

  • No annual fees for our Stocks and Shares ISA or Share Dealing Account.
  • £5 dealing commission per UK or fund trade.
  • No commission on any international trade (FX rate of 1.5% still applies).
  • One-off £50 account opening charge, until the 10th August (usually £100) this covers both an ISA and Share Dealing Account.
  • Choose from over 2,900 funds, shares, investment trusts and more to build your own portfolio.
  • Trade on 7 UK and International markets.
  • Part of Lloyds Banking Group.

How it works

  • Pay a one-off £50 account opening charge until the 10th August (usually £100). No extra charge for opening another account.
  • £5 dealing commission per UK or fund trade.
  • Invest up to £20,000 this tax year.

Open an ISA

Transfer your ISA

With our low dealing commission rate of £5 from day one, you may want to switch to us from your current provider. It's easy to do - once you’re signed in simply head over to our transfers page to fill out our online form.

Offer terms & conditions

To qualify for the promotional £50 Account Opening Charge (“the offer”) the following conditions apply:

  • You must open an IWeb Share Dealing Account or ISA online by 10th August 2022.
  • The £50 account opening charge will be applied to accounts that are opened and activated before the offer end date. By ‘activated’ we mean that all documentation must have been returned to us and the account set up online and ready to trade.
  • Any accounts that are opened within the offer period but not activated by 10th August may still have the £50 offer honoured as long as the account is activated within 30 days of opening. In these circumstances the standard £100 Account Opening Charge will be applied and £50 refunded to your bank account within 3 working days.
  • This offer does not apply to the Self-Invested Personal Pension.
  • We reserve the right to amend or discontinue the offer at any time.
  • The promoter of this offer is IWeb Share Dealing, Lovell Park Road, Leeds, LS1 1NS.

Please remember that the value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested. We don't provide advice so if you are in any doubt about making your own investment decisions we recommend you seek advice from a suitably qualified financial adviser. There will normally be a charge for that advice. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may change in the future.

Ready to apply for a Stocks and Shares ISA?

New to Share Dealing?

You will just need your address, debit card details and national insurance number to hand.

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Already a Share Dealing customer?

Simply sign in to apply. Once you’ve accessed your Share Dealing Account, click on ‘Open a new account’ in the right-hand navigation.

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Investments with Halifax Share Dealing Limited are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. This limit is applied to the aggregated total of any stock or cash held across the following brands which we administer.

This is in addition to any other savings deposits you may hold across Lloyds Banking Group.