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What is a Self Select ISA
A Self Select ISA is another name for a Stocks & Shares ISA.

The Self Select phrase means that you have full control of where, when and how to invest and don't rely on an adviser to recommend specific investments.

My own belief is that it's far better to manage your own ISA than rely on a professional who may or may not have your best interests at heart (think using your money to generate excess commissions).

Having said that, if you do want to rely on an investment advisor make sure he's good. See - How to Find a Good Financial Advisor.
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