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Had experience with their Funds, not too bad. Seen better and worse. I could easily move money between funds and easily closed it too.

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Had experience with their Funds, not too bad. Seen better and worse. I could easily move money between funds and easily closed it too.

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1/ When you fund switch ISAs or pensions do they send written confirmation in the post ?

2/ I had already set up some L & G ISAs and they were set up as Distribution units with income reinvested. But looking online it looks as if you just have a straight choice bwtween accumulation and distribution units. Is ther any difference between accumulation units and distribution units with income reinvested ?

3/ Have you found someone beter that L & G ? If so who and why ?

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1/ When you fund switch ISAs or pensions do they send written confirmation in the post ?

Yes I think they did!!

2/ I had already set up some L & G ISAs and they were set up as Distribution units with income reinvested. But looking online it looks as if you just have a straight choice bwtween accumulation and distribution units. Is ther any difference between accumulation units and distribution units with income reinvested ?

Pass I can't remember!

3/ Have you found someone beter that L & G ? If so who and why ?

No I bailed out when the stock market was choppy, thats all.

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Er, excuse me, but isn't L&G a common or garden insurance company...which means that its funds are just like very other insurer ie whether its a tracker or a quasi tracker fund it will track the index. When the index goes up the fund will. Funny that.

The only thing that's certain with trackers is that you will at best track the index les charges.

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