We only offer investment products, and with investment your capital is at risk.
Open a Junior Stocks & Shares ISA and start investing towards your child's future with Moneybox.
From your morning coffee to their latest bedtime storybook, round up your everyday card purchases to the nearest pound and save the change.
Help your child's savings work harder by investing in over 6,000 companies via tracker funds within a Junior Stocks & Shares ISA.
Sit back and relax knowing your child's money is working hard in the background. Check in to see how their investments are performing any time.
We've worked with experts to put together three simple starting options. All you need to do is pick one!
Our three starting options are represented by animals and offer different levels of risk and return - cautious, balanced and adventurous.
Moneybox is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Their goal is to ensure that we always run our business in the best interest of our customers.
Your child's investments are covered by the government's Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a limit of £50,000.
We use 256-bit TLS encryption for all personal information and will never share any of your details with third parties without your consent.
We charge £1 a month and 0.45% of the value of your child's investments per year. We do not charge the £1 subscription fee for the first three months.
A Junior ISA is a savings and investment account for children up to the age of 18. It's an efficient way to save or invest...
Yes. A Junior ISA can only be in the name of one child, so if you have parental responsibility for more than one child, you...
Your child can only have one Junior Stocks & Shares ISA at a time. However, you can transfer the value of an existing...
When your child reaches 18, their Junior ISA will automatically convert into an adult Stocks & Shares ISA with Moneybox.
If you have any questions, you can chat to us in the app or email us via email@example.com.
As with all investing, the value of your child's investments will rise and fall at times and they could get back less than the amount invested.