Use this page to find the definitions of the different terms used on your Transaction statement.
Type of unit where income earned by the fund (after tax) is kept in the unit rather than paid out as a distribution. This means the capital value of the unit increases.
AMOUNT PAID IN
The amount of money that was used to purchase additional units/shares on your account.
AMOUNT PAID OUT
Indicated by a minus sign; a reversal of a tax credit.
The charge taken from your money before it was invested in your chosen fund. See your Key Information page for more information.
Also sometimes known as an income unit. Type of unit where any income earned by the fund (after tax) is paid out as a distribution on the distribution date.
Additional units/shares purchased for your unit holding, using income received from your fund.*
Units/Shares bought for you using money received from your regular contributions.
Payment Method: The payment was collected by Direct Debit.
TAX CREDIT REINVESTED
The income tax which has been deducted from your distribution and reclaimed from HM Revenue & Customs has been used to purchase additional units/shares in the fund from which the distribution has been made.
TAX CREDIT PAID OUT
Where you have transferred your ISA or Junior ISA to another provider, the income tax was paid to you by cheque.*
*Payment Method: TheFinancial Conduct Authority requires us to confirm to you how you paid for the transactions in this statement: no payment was required for thesetransactions.