Cost Comparisons / OCF & Transaction Cost

Hi All,

Looking to gauge how people do their cost comparison - whether they include transaction costs or not.

For example, if someone has an ISA - you search for the sedol code on the provider website and the provider spits out the OCF i.e. 0.40% - do you use that figure, or do you then go to the fund manager site and try and locate the transaction costs for the fund?

Ie I have run the portfolio of funds on FE which states a portfolio of expense of 0.42% - which prob doesnt factor in transaction costs of the portfolio of funds.

Thanks :)


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