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Broker Cost Calculator

Updated: 9th February 2022.

The tool below allows you to see the total cost across brokers, based on your investing details. While you don’t have to enter all of the information, the more information you include, the more accurate the results will be.

The cost of a broker isn’t the only thing you should consider when choosing a broker, but minimising costs and fees are still critical if you want to build your wealth. Unfortunately, it’s not enough to simply compare dealing fees across brokers. You have to compare the total cost to know whether one broker is really cheaper than another.

Step 1: Choose Account Type

Select which type of account you are looking to open.

Step 2: Shares In this section, you will enter information about the value of your stocks & ETFs. Exclude the value of funds here. We will ask you to enter that in Step 3.
Brokers typically charge for each buy or sell transaction you make. This section helps calculate that total charge for share trades.
How do I estimate this?
This is the amount you typically buy or sell each time you make a trade. If this field is left blank, the calculation will use £1,000 as a default trade size.
Step 3: Funds In this section, you will enter the value of funds. A friendly reminder, this does not include the value of ETFs, which should be entered in Step 2.
Brokers often charge for each buy or sell transaction you make. This section helps calculate that total charge for funds.
Step 2: Shares In this section, you will enter information about the value of your stocks & ETFs you have or would like to put into your ISA account. Exclude value of funds here. We will ask you to enter that in Step 3.
Brokers typically charge for each buy or sell transaction you make. This section helps calculate that total charge for share trades.
How do I estimate this?
This is the amount you typically buy or sell each time you make a trade. If this field is left blank, the calculation will use £1,000 as a default trade size.
Step 3: Funds In this section, you will enter the value of funds. A friendly reminder, this does not include the value of ETFs, which should be entered in Step 2.
Brokers often charge for each buy or sell transaction you make. This section helps calculate that total charge for funds.