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Will making withdrawals from my Selftrade Shares ISA effect the remaining ISA allowance I have with another provider?

If you have not subscribed to your Selftrade ISA in this tax year, you can withdraw cash and replace it without it being deemed a subscription so it does not affect your subscription limit at all. If you replace even 1p more than you withdrew, that will classified as a subscription. 

Submitted on 5th Apr 2019

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