Can I sell my shares through Halifax?

A Share Dealing Account is a simple way to buy, sell and hold your investments. With Halifax, we’ve made our Share Dealing Account as flexible as possible. You can choose from a wide variety of investment options, including UK and international shares.

What are dealing charges?

Share dealing charges (including ETFs and investment trusts) – there is a charge made for each buy and sell transaction you place (including contributions made through a regular savings plan and dividend reinvestments). This will be deducted from the amount invested or raised through a sale.

How much does it cost to sell my shares?

How much does it cost to deal in certificated shares? Most brokers charge you for every certificate you sell, but how much depends on the value of your shares. For example, if you sell shares worth £10,000 you may get charged 1% (£100) to sell them. But if you sell another £10,000 the charge may reduce to 0.5% (£50).

What are the best ways to invest money in UK?

You can invest in almost anything, from the most mainstream popular targets…

  2. Bonds.
  3. Funds.
  4. Government bonds (gilts)
  5. UK property market.

How do I transfer shares from Halifax Share Dealing?

Get to know your Share Dealing account Sign in to your account and select ‘fund & withdraw’ from ‘account management’ from the right hand navigation. Select ‘Transfer money in’ from your chosen account.

When can I withdraw from Halifax Share Dealing?

When can I withdraw money from my trade? On the day of settlement the money from a sale will be available for you to withdraw. Most UK, US and European trades take two working days to settle.

How do I close my Halifax Share Dealing account?

From your account homepage select ‘More actions’ on the account you wish to close. Select ‘Close account’ from the ‘Account services’ menu. If the account has money in, you’ll be asked to transfer it to another Halifax account.

How do I transfer shares into Halifax Share Dealing?

How it works

  1. Simply sign in and complete our online transfer form.
  2. Once your transfer is complete you’ll be able to see your investments online straight away, we’ll also send you a letter to let you know it’s done.
  3. You won’t be charged to transfer in or out of Halifax.

When can I withdraw from Halifax share Dealing?

What are the Share Dealing costs for Halifax?

The share dealing costs for Halifax are as follows: A £12.50 charge for online trading £2 regular investment charges Depending on the type of account you wish to open, some incur a £12.50 admin fee – however, others do not have an admin fee.

How do I open a Halifax Sharedealing account?

With a Halifax Sharedealing account you can kickstart your portfolio with a flexible account that allows you to buy, sell and hold all your investments in one place. You can open an account online in a matter of minutes, then manage your investments 24/7 via their website or app. Alternatively you can always speak to a person using their helpdesk.

Do you pay interest on cash held in Share Dealing Accounts?

We do not pay interest rates on cash held in our Share Dealing Account, Stocks and Shares ISA, ShareBuilder, Investment Account or Investment ISA. The Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) will pay interest on any cash balance of £1 or above held in the account. Interest is accrued daily and paid gross annually in March.

Why choose Halifax?

Why choose Halifax? Great for investors looking for a simple platform with a wide range of investment options. We offer low cost flat rate pricing with no confusing %s. Use our filter tool to find the right account for you. Whether you are looking for an ISA, Share Dealing Account or a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP).