Unlike an ISA or pension, there are no tax benefits for investing in a General Investment Account and you pay income tax and capital gains tax in accordance with your personal tax situation. If you’ve already set up a cash ISA, setting up a GIA may be a good option for you - with Plum, you are able to select from multiple fund types, such as ethical, tech and emerging market funds!
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- Am I eligible to invest?
- Are there any tax implications for investing through Plum?
- Can I cancel a deposit to my investment account?
- Can I change my investments once set up?
- Can I receive a monthly statement?
- Can I set up recurring deposits into my investments?
- How are the returns on my investments calculated?
- How do I cancel my investment account?
- How do I invest?
- How do I transfer an existing ISA to Plum?