I just realized that Freetrade offers Investment ISA feature for a small fee as subscription. Looks pretty interesting since I heard that there are some TAX benefits to have this sort of account for stocks.
But at the same time, I also have a Help To Buy ISA with my bank where I opened it for few years ago and actively putting £200 each month.
My question is, how are the regulations and laws to have both Help To Buy ISA and Investment ISA. Is this allowed at all? And if yes, under which conditions? E.g. if I still put £200 in my HTB ISA, how much can I put into the Investment ISA provided by Freetrade? Is there anything else that I should be aware of?