The free offer is available until 28 April. Only those who register for the share offer with the society are eligible. After 28 April, postal dealing will be £5 per deal.
Anyone who wishes to deal through the Yorkshire Building Society via the telephone will pay dealing costs of 0.75 per cent for deals up to £4,800, and 0.1 per cent of amounts exceeding that, subject to a £9 minimum charge.
For those who want to sell less than £500-worth of shares, it is cheapest to choose those brokers that offer the lowest minimum charges.
Assets International, based in Tadworth, Surrey, is offering one of the lowest rates, with a £5 minimum charge and a 1 per cent charge on amounts exceeding £500.
Another cheap deal is being offered by Broker Financial Services in Aylesbury.
It will sell and buy shares after the offer period for a flat rate of £10 per family.
For those who wish to deal in amounts of more than £500, cheap deals are available from City Deal Services, based in Romford, which is offering a flat rate of £7.50 on all trades up to £10,000. CJL Probate and Financial Services is also offering a fixed charge of £7.50 per person.
ShareLink's minimum charge is £7.50, with a 1 per cent commission charge. Many of the leading high street names, such as Barclays and Lloyds, have yet to announce their commission terms. National Westminster has a £10 minimum charge on deals and a 1.5 per cent commission rate.Reuse content