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What is an offset qualifying trade?

You can offset almost any Dealing Commission including standard Online, ETF, Regular and Dividend
Re-Investment Dealing Commission in addition to any Fund Platform Fees paid.

If you make only 2 qualifying trades in a quarter and hold an ISA and Dealing Account with Selftrade, your Dealing Commission fee would completely offset your custody fee.

If you make 2 qualifying trades in a quarter and hold a Selftrade Dealing Account only, the fee would be the same as you would still be paying one Custody and Product fee.

Please note: Telephone Dealing Commission and FX (otherwise known as Overseas Dealing) rates are excluded. 

Submitted on 20th Aug 2018

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