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As a U.S. passport holder as well as a British citizen living in the UK, are there certain things I can't invest in?

Megan | Scotland | 11/06/2019 | 0

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Shares
Zoë Dagless's Response

I have an ISA with Investec Click and Invest which is closing down, and I have to find somewhere else to invest the money. Which are some providers of a similar nature? I am considering either medium risk or high risk accounts.

Michael | Surrey | 10/06/2019 | 0

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
Holly Mackay's Response

I have been putting £50/month for each of my two children into a pension with Hargreaves Lansdown. In light of the costs of investing highlighted on this website, should I move to somewhere with lower charges, or stay-put? Alternatively, would I be better to put money into a Lifetime ISA for each of them instead?

Stuart | Cambridgeshire | 06/06/2019 | 4

  • Private Pension
  • Lifetime ISA
Holly Mackay's Response

We were very sad to learn recently that Investec's Click and Invest was to be closed. We'd prefer to keep our ISA with a managed service, such as the one offered by Click and Invest, but will consider the DIY option if that proves to be the best on offer. Which platforms are well regarded ISA providers? I'd rather not go with a digital start-up offering, but a more established player.

Mr & Mrs S. | Sussex | 30/05/2019 | 3

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
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