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I've just had a letter from my ISA provider (interactive investor) letting me know that they are increasing the charge on my ISA to £120 per year.
My portfolio is not large (2 investment trust holdings, mid 5 figure value) so the charges will eat away at the dividend stream.
Can anyone recommend a cheap, safe (i.e. secure and not likely to go bust) provider other than Hargreaves Lansdown? I only plan to hold equities and am a "buy and hold" investor with very little trading activity.
I have other investments with HL so would rather use an alternative to spread risk.
Edit to add - the Mail has an article on this from a couple of weeks ago if anyone is interested.
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