The rules for buying a cash individual savings account (Isa) are fairly straightforward: compare the rates on offer, check the account conditions and remember to ditch and switch at the end of the deal term. Investing in a stocks-and-shares Isa, however, is a bit more complicated. Not only do you need to find the funds and shares that best fit your risk profile to populate your Isa, you also need to work out how and where to buy the Isa.
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