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What is a bond?

A bond is a simple debt instrument. By investing in a bond, you are lending the bond issuer money in return for a fixed rate of interest paid over a specified period of time (known as the term). As the holder of a bond, you would expect to receive intere...

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What is equity?

Owning equity simply means owning shares in a company. A single voting share represents a fractional ownership of the share issuer in proportion to the total number of shares outstanding. As the holder of a share, you would expect to receive updates on t...

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What is an ISA/IFISA?

ISA stands for ‘Individual Savings Account’. An ISA is a tax-wrapper that allows UK taxpayers to save tax-free into cash savings or investment accounts. ISA accounts are typically offered by banks, building societies, insurers and asset managers. There a...

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Can I sell my equity/bonds?

Yes, you may sell your securities to other Tifosy members via the Tifosy Exchange. The Tifosy Exchange is the unique secondary market for bonds and shares issued through Tifosy. It operates as a noticeboard, putting you in complete control, and allowing ...

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