Are non-trading fees low at Plus500 as of February 2024?
No, non-trading fees at Plus500 are considered to be average.
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Plus500 non-trading fees summary
|💰 Plus500 custody fee
|No custody fee
|💰 Plus500 account fee
|No account fee
|💰 Plus500 inactivity fee
|$10 per month after 3 months of inactivity. Inactivity means that you don't log in to your account
|💰 Plus500 withdrawal fee
|💰 Plus500 deposit fee
|🗺️ Country of regulation
|UK, Cyprus, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Israel, Seychelles, Estonia, United Arab Emirates, Japan
Data updated on February 16, 2024
What are non-trading fees?
Non-trading fees are charges associated with activities other than trading at your brokerage account. They typically include the following: custody fee, conversion fee, account fee, inactivity fee, withdrawal fee and deposit fee. The amount that different brokers charge for these (if at all) can vary, so it is important to understand these fees if you want to avoid unwanted costs.
If you'd like to know more about non-trading and other fees at Plus500, check our overview of Plus500 fees and charges.
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