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Get started with just £1, and use your annual ISA allowance to invest in our range of funds and US stocks. Or, add money as cash and earn 3% AER (variable) until you’re ready to invest it.
Open or transfer an ISA in minutes to turn your money into something greater today.
A Stocks & Shares ISA is an individual savings account that lets you invest your money in the stock market. You get an annual allowance of £20,000, which resets at the start of each new tax year.
When you invest with a Stocks & Shares ISA, you won’t pay any tax on any of your profits. That’s because they’re classed as a ‘tax wrapper’, and with a Moneybox Stocks & Shares ISA, you’ll be able to invest in our range of tracker funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs), and individual US stocks.
Plus, you’ll earn 3% AER (variable) on any money you hold as cash in your Moneybox Stocks & Shares ISA before investing it.
To open a Stocks & Shares ISA, you need to be over 18 years old, a UK tax resident, and non-US citizen.
And, while you can have multiple Stocks & Shares ISAs open at a time, you can only open one new Stocks & Shares ISA each tax year – and you can only contribute the current tax year allowance into one of your Stocks & Shares ISAs at any one time.Investing with Moneybox
Open your ISA and choose one of our three simple Starting Options: Cautious (low risk), Balanced (medium risk) and Adventurous (higher risk, higher potential returns).
Each one contains a range of diversified tracker funds, with different allocations for each option.
Build your own investment portfolio by customising your investing allocations. You’ll be able to access our full range of tracker funds, ETFs and US stocks.
You’re in control of your portfolio and can invest in line with your values and objectives.
Track the global stock market with shares in more than 1,600 companies like Apple and Amazon.
Track the global stock market with shares in more than 1,600 companies across 23 developed countries. You probably interact with many of these companies every day; like Apple and Amazon. And, you’re invested in businesses around the world from Toyota in Japan to Microsoft in the US. With your risk spread globally, you haven’t got all your eggs in one basket.
Invest in global companies that score highly on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.
This fund invests in a range of companies from across the developed global stock market but considers environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in its selection process. These factors include things like how companies respond to climate change, treat their workers and manage their supply chains.
Please note that this fund is domiciled in Ireland and is not covered by the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Champion the healthcare sector by investing in companies like Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer.
Gain exposure to the global healthcare sector by tracking the performance of healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies that are included in the FTSE World Index. You’ll invest in companies like Pfizer which develops and produces medicines and Johnson & Johnson which develops medical devices and pharmaceutical goods.
Gain exposure to over 300 property companies across a range of industries, from residential to retail.
Invest in a fund that focuses on property with an environmental, social and governance (ESG) twist. Your money will be spread over 300 property companies from around the world, and from different industries including residential housing and shopping centres.
TechnologyFind out more
Amazon is the world’s largest e-commerce company.
Starting out as a bookshop founded by billionaire Jeff Bezos, Amazon has grown to sell everything from electronic goods, to food, alcohol and sports equipment. It also has a range of its own products, including the Amazon Kindle and Amazon Alexa.
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Apple is the largest tech company in the world, and it was the first US company to hit a market capitalisation of over $1 trillion back in 2018.
You’re probably familiar with its products – you might even own one or two.
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Coca-Cola is the global drinks company that owns brands including Costa, Fanta and Sprite.
The company’s flagship product – Coca-Cola – has a recipe that uses coca leaves and the kola nut, which is where the name Coca-Cola originally came from.
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JP Morgan Chase & Co was founded in 1871 by Gilded Age tycoon J.P. Morgan Sr. His power and wealth were so great that in 1893, Morgan actually bailed out the US government and prevented economic collapse.
Today, JPMorgan Chase is the largest bank in the world by market capitalisation.
We believe in being fair and transparent, so we've set out the fees you'll pay for our Stocks & Shares ISA in the table below.
These fees cover all trading and transaction costs. You can withdraw free of charge.
Free for the first 3 months
Charged directly by fund providers. Incl. transactions.
The cost of converting GBP to USD and vice versa when buying or selling US stocks from the UK
We don't charge a commission on US stocks
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All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.