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An Investment Account is a means of investing in a selection of investments. It allows you to purchase funds online and hold these where you can easily view your investments. An investment account could be right for you if you have used all your ISA allowance and have further money that you want to invest. Unlike an ISA, with an investment account, you may pay some tax on any returns achieved. Then Aviva Investment Account enables you to choose from a wide range of investments, which you can then buy online. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up. You may get back less than the amount that's been invested.
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