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General investment account (GIA) - A General Investment Account is a flexible account where you can keep investments (e.g. funds, stocks and shares) and savings. Unlike ISAs and SIPPs it does not have any tax benefits, and is often used once an investor’s annual tax-free allowances have been used up.