Unlike an ISA (Individual Savings Account) or pension, there are no tax benefits for investing in a General Investment Account and you pay income tax and capital gains tax in accordance with your personal tax situation. 

If you’ve already set up a cash ISA, setting up a GIA may be a good option for you.

With Plum, you are able to select from a range of funds that are organised by risk level (e.g. Balanced) or industry (e.g. Tech).

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