Be fee-free for life
5th February 2020
Are your existing ISAs performing as well as you would like? To boost your returns in the run-up to the new tax year, we are offering you zero-fees for life if you transfer £10,000 or more of your existing ISAs to Crowd2Fund by the 5th of April 2020.
Your whole account will not be charged any fees for as long as you hold the transferred ISA or ISAs with Crowd2Fund*. This means if you already hold investments and ISAs with Crowd2Fund, they will also be fee-free.
Crowd2Fund currently charges a 1% investor fee, applied when you receive repayments from businesses. With a fee-free account, you will have more interest to reinvest into the businesses you wish to support, therefore boosting your long term returns. You will also benefit from greater compound interest earnings, as you will earn interest on these enhanced earnings.
For example, if you transfer your 2016/17 ISA, worth £12k by the 5th of April, you would not pay any fees for as long as you held it with us. If you withdraw some or all of the £12k in your 2016/17 ISA, your account would be eligible for fees again.
It's easy to transfer your funds to a Crowd2Fund IFISA account, here’s how:
*If you transfer out or withdraw funds from the ISA/s you transferred to Crowd2Fund to meet this offer then your account will be eligible for the 1% fees again.
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Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Your capital invested is not covered for compensation in the event of a loss by the FSCS. Tax treatment will depend on the individual circumstances and may be subject to change.